Hans Reiser murder trial zeros in on odd behavior

Monday, 17 December 2007, 1:15 AM EST

Week five of the Hans Reiser murder trial zeroed in on the strange behavior witnesses said the Linux programmer exhibited immediately following his wife's disappearance.

In four days of testimony, witnesses said that Reiser, the 43-year-old developer of open-source file systems, appeared nervous and was seen washing his driveway while wearing thick clothes on a hot summer night two days after his wife, Nina Reiser, disappeared.

At Wired.

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