The Ongoing Oscar Pistorius Chronicles
A collection of links from around the world about the Blade Runner's murder arrest (constant updates, with the newest at the bottom):

Our originally posted news story (London's Guardian)

Would
you believe Mike Tyson is his idol? (The Independent)

Nike's "bullet" ad backfires (CNN)

A formal charge of murder (Reuters)

Mateo Mitchell stunned by charges (  (Citizen-Times)

Pistorius weeps as murder charges are heard (BBC)

Press coverage of arraignment limited (SAPA)

Girlfriend shot 4 times through bathroom door (SAPA)

Did the press create a monster? (AIPS)

Prosecutors to seek premeditated murder charge (CNN)

Charges disputed in "strongest terms" (Athletics Weekly)

Case shocks Millrose athletes (New York Daily News)

News stunned Harvey Glance (USA Today)

Case dominate thoughts of Birmingham athletes (London Telegraph)

Bolt in shock over Pistorius arrest (AP)

Tales of Oscar's temper and threats (Saturday Star)

The case against Oscar (City Press)

Agent begins cancelling race dates (insidethegames)

Did police find steroids? (London Daily Mail)

Legal heavyweights line up for South Africa's OJ trial (London Telegraph)

An irreverant bit by The Onion

Nike has no future plans to use Pistorius (Associated Press)

"I did not murder Reeva" (Athletics Weekly)

The unwarranted mythology of Pistorius (The Daily Beast)

Love and murder (The New Yorker)

Pistorius's written statement to the court (pdf)

Blogger recalls his meetings with Pistorius (insidethegames)

Prosecution argues against bail (CNN, w/video)

The BBC makes a bad music choice

ID of illegal drugs was premature (AP)

Top cop faces murder charge of his own (AP)

A sexual-performance enhancer? (insidethegames)

Putting the story in context (SI video: 2:37)

Bail decision looms (CNN)

Judge grants bail (London Guardian)

About that bloody cricket bat (London Daily Mail)

The first of his mandated meetings with the authorities (insidethegames)

Pistorius to hold private memorial (Reuters)

NBC to be part of an "instamentary" (AP)

Family says victim was not pregnant (The Independent)

The "mystery substance" includes pig testicles? (AP)