Dear Supporters: Your Birthday Greetings For Oscar


Dear friends,

another year has passed and it’s time for you to send in your birthday greetings for Oscar.

We’d love to make his day a little brighter on November 22, so we ask  you to add a picture of a candle, a lantern, the sun or any other source of light to your message.

You can either email your contribution to contact@supportforoscar.com or visit us on facebook: https://facebook.com/supportforoscar1/

Please get your messages in soon, so we have enough time to make this page look beautiful on his birthday 🙂

Thank you! 

The Support for Oscar team

We Know Your Heart


Dear Oscar, 

we know your heart, we share your frustrations, fears and believe me, your pain inasmuch as it’s possible. Take comfort knowing that there are so many of us who want to fight for you, for your freedom and to have your name cleared, so to speak. We can do what we can, but also need help from above, although we won’t give up. Most often when we try to fix a problem, we bang our head against a wall. Ultimately your healing and restoration will come through and from God, He never messes up. Pray and trust Him with all your heart, for what seems near impossible to us, is possible with Him. We’re standing with you always, I hope and trust you know this. ❤

Marianne


Video: Hurt

Dear friends

I have made this video/slideshow a few years ago but only for myself and a few close friends. It shows Oscar in court, in tears, vomiting. Desperate, alone and scared.

Now that, this week, it was once again claimed by the State that Oscar had shown no remorse whatsoever, I decided to make this available for everyone to see.

It’s not a beautiful collage, it’s actually the opposite. It hurts to see it. I’m sorry, but I think it’s about time for us to show the ugly side of this tragedy. 

Obviously, Reeva’s family suffer, but Oscar and his loved ones also do. If you can’t see this, you have no heart.

Mira

Hurt from SupportForOscar on Vimeo.

music: Trent Reznor – hurt, cover version: Johnny Cash

Beyond This Place of Wrath and Tears

 

Oscar,
A few days ago my wife and I took our 7 year old son to school chapel. We live in the highlands of Kenya, apparently not far from where your mother’s family came from. During the ceremony the poem ‘Invictus’ was read out, I’m sure you’re well versed with this particular poem. My wife leant across with tears in her eyes and whispered “Oscar” to me.
This poem is larger than life, as you are Oscar.

You can do this.

Never forget that you are the master of your soul.

Just keep going.

Kindest, Andrew

INVICTUS – Unconquerable soul

Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.

In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud,
Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.

Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find me, unafraid.

It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.

Hardship

Hi Oscar.

We think about you every time and hardship you continue to be made to carry by our government. Yes I say government because State represent government.But the state decided to torture one individual. Kudos to judge Masipa or her endeavours

Philisiwe