Pistorius's lawyers say the footage, shown on Channel Seven's Sunday Night program, was obtained "unlawfully" and was not meant to be shown until after the murder trial.
Not sure what to think re Oscar Pistorius,apart from the fact a public vote on whether he killed Reeva is wrong on many levels #SundayNight— Alexa Coetsee (@alexa_coetsee) July 6, 2014
Next week #SundayNight asks, 'was last week's viewer poll in bad taste?' 100% will say 'yes'.— Anthony Leach (@ahleach) July 6, 2014
How did #SundayNight get access to some of this stuff? Pretty incredible journalism.— Matt Thompson (@MattThompson) July 6, 2014
the material that has been aired was obtained illegally and in breach of the non-disclosure agreement with The Evidence Roomthe material that has been aired was obtained illegally and in breach of the non-disclosure agreement with The Evidence Room," Webber said in a statement. "Its usage also constitutes a breach of privilege as this material was produced for trial purposes on the instructions of a commissioner and the ownership of the copyright vests in the commissioner. No permission for the disclosure thereof has been given."