Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 11th Oct 2006 14:20 UTC, submitted by JCooper
In the News We at OSNews have tiptoed around the following unfolding story for a while now, scared we would wrongly damage Hans Reiser's image. However, now that he has been arrested as a suspect in this case, we cannot ignore it any longer. "Oakland police today arrested the estranged husband of 31-year-old Nina 'Nenasha' Reiser on charges of murder even though in the month since she vanished, investigators have found no trace of her body. Hans Reiser, a man who has recently refused to cooperate with investigators, was arrested today along with two additional unidentified people around 11 a.m. at an acquaintance's home in the 6900 block of Simson Street, according to police."
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Give the man the benefit of the doubt
by n1xt3r on Wed 11th Oct 2006 17:25 UTC
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Here we have a case where a young woman might be found dead or alive, yet even absent of the facts, some of you have been quick to convict her estranged husband of murder. If this was you, then show some humility and be ashamed! We say, "innocent until proven guilty" in this country for a reason. For the sake of everyone involved, I really hope that they find her alive and that Hans is found to be innocent. Expressing personal feelings about the man's work or preconceptions of his personality in a joking manner is both inappropriate and untimely.

Edited 2006-10-11 17:34

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