Oscar Pistorius Released From Prison, Under House Arrest

The "Blade Runner" plans to stay at his uncle's mansion for his four years of house arrest.
2:31 | 10/20/15

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Now to Oscar Pistorius, out of prison this morning and under house arrest after less than a year behind bars for killing his girlfriend. ABC's terry Moran is in south Africa with the latest. Good morning, terry. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Well, it happened under cover of night. Oscar Pistorius transferred from prison last night in two black corrections officers vehicles to this place, this splendid mansion. This is his uncle's home. We've seen family members coming and going and this is where he will spend the remaining four years of his sentence. This morning, a spokesamerican for Pistorius' house said this? It's important to emphasize his sentence hasn't been shortened or reduced. He's simply entering the next phase. Reporter: But no sign of Pistorius himself and many are outraged feeling he's somehow getting special treatment. His probation requires him to continue court mandated psychotherapy and he'll be barred from having a firearm. It's the latest chapter in a tragic saga that's riveted people around the world. Pistorius, a paralympic champion, a symbol of courage and hope to so many and reeva steenkamp, his beautiful south african model girlfriend. There's a storybook love until Valentine's day, 2013. Reeva is shot and killed behind a locked bathroom door by Oscar who claims he was shooting at an intruder then the sensational murder trial, Pistorius facing a blistering cross-examination. You killed reeva steenkamp, that's what you did. Say, yes, I shot and killed reeva steenkamp. I did, my lady. Reporter: But in the end the judge declared that wasn't enough evidence to convict him of murder. And now he's out of prison and the parole board is also requiring him to meet with the family of reeva steenkamp, if they want to. Pistorius does have one more problem ahead of him. Next month prosecutors will be back in court. They're trying to overturn that verdict, get a murder conviction enstated and that means he could get back in prison for as much as 15 year, meanwhile, however, part of his conditions of holding hear he will be able to leave this home to go to church and to work and his work is track and field, so it's possible that we will see Oscar Pistorius back on the track soon. We will be watching for that. Okay, terry, thanks very much.

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