Tuesday, April 29

Guess Again . . .

At the end of a six-month trial in Oakland Cal, the jury found computer programmer Hans Reiser guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Nina.

"We have a body," prosecutor Paul Hora said, referring to evidence of Nina Reiser's blood in Hans Reiser's car and home. "We just don't know where it is."

How she was killed might never be known, but the jury pieced together sufficient circumstantial evidence to support their verdict.

Reportage by Henry K Lee:

:: SFGate 1 :: ..... :: SFGate 2 :: and [trial blog]