Murder Charges likely Against Hans Reiser despite missing body of Nina Reiser
It appears that murder charges will be filed against the estranged husband of missing Nina Reiser. Hans Reiser will be charged that he killed his estranged wife, Nina, prosecutors will be moving forward even though her body hasn’t been found. So much for “no body, no crime”
When Hans Reiser appears in an Oakland courtroom today on charges that he killed his estranged wife, Nina, prosecutors will be moving forward even though her body hasn’t been found.
The lack of a body in a homicide case is rare, but there have been plenty of instances in which murder defendants have been convicted through circumstantial evidence alone, legal experts said Wednesday.
Sources close to the investigation told The Chronicle on Wednesday that police believe Hans Reiser, 42, killed his wife at his Oakland hills home on Sept. 3, the day she dropped off the couple’s two children.
Nina Reiser’s blood, confirmed through DNA testing, was found at his Exeter Drive home and in his car, the sources said. Court records show that Nina Reiser, 31, last lived at the home in March 2001, several years before the couple separated. (San Francisco Chronicle)
For more on the case of missing Nina Reiser, go here.
Posted October 15, 2006 by Scared Monkeys
Crime, Missing Persons | 6 comments
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Her blood was found at his home and in his car. When the police have EVIDENCE you can charge someone !!
When the police actually do their job and properly investigate a crime mountains can be moved.
Agreed, The police in Aruba could have solved Natalee’s case in 1 week. They didn’t want it solved then and they don’t want it solved now. That is why IMO this case will NEVER be solved.
It will be soon.It does not take a week.Joe
Gretamal….you know nothing…thats why you say nothing because you believe that nothing will ever come to pass with getting any justice for Natalee…
I think you should change your name to “nothing”…it suits you better….
I still think there is more to this case than we know. Why is it that people want to think that the guy next door is the good guy. If they investigated people because of the things that are reported that they do, rather than the way they look, maybe we could really take a bite out of crime.
Afterall, the doctor, the nurse, the politician, the pastor;
all of them could be the boogey man.
I’m still betting they found this woman’s blood in the scary basement. How long does it take to get the DNA results?
And Gretamal don’t worry something will be done…. soon.