Oscar Pistorius: The Possible Porphyria Factor: A Unique Analysis of the Crime and the Man on Trial
From Reviewer, M. Bailey; "I've read 4 books now on this case. Yours is 1. the only one well written. 2. The only one with the guts and insight to state what probably happened, and was not either side's version--much worse. 3. that reveals what hidden factors may have caused his warped behaviour, and these were not offered as an exzcuse. It's a masterpiece.":
In very short supply now--a collector's item now.:
It is a new genre of book, and is like two books in one:
1. An analysis of the crime, and what probably happened.
2. What hidden illnesses—about six—the evidence and previous incidents indicate that Oscar may have and/or inherited.
Cover Photo: Erik van Leeuwen/Wikipedia.
You see that instead of being a neo-modern Superman, as the media has proclaimed, Oscar Pistorius seems to have some of the same modern problems and environmental sensitivities that you and I are afflicted with.
This is a great book to read, and then give to a friend or family member as it contains many of my breakthroughs in health in the simplest form ever.
These questions and many more are answered in this new book:
Did Oscar Pistorius previously display rage, jealousy, impulsivity (poor impulse control), schadenfreude?
What hidden medical problems could have caused these seeming mental problems?
What evidence is there for these hidden, medical problems?
What probably happened that night? Both sides’ claims are theoretically possible. (Legal: The author is not privy to any private information on Oscar Pistorius—a public figure.) This webpage © S. Rochlitz
From the first review (Marianne Jensen): “It’s riveting, and a great read. It draws together a myriad of details of events, people, and the possible health related underpinnings of the crime—surrounding the death of Reeva Steenkamp—into a single and timely book for reflection now and for future generations.”
The author felt the need to try to prevent others from repeating the tragedy Reeva went through.
152 pages, perfect bound. 18 Chapters. 3 Appendices. Index. 5.5” X 8.5” Copyright 2013. Steven. Rochlitz All Rights Reserved. ISBN: 0-945262-66-3
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