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Craigslist, Spies Injected Into Hans Reiser Hearing

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Antonios Zografos, an Oakland man who dated Nina Reiser for about eight months before she disappeared, said he became concerned when he couldn't reach her by phone the afternoon of Sept. 3, as they had planned to meet around 5:30 p.m. to have dinner and see a movie.

Zografos said he met Nina Reiser on July 30, 2005, after she responded to an ad he placed on a section of the Craigslist Web site for single parents who want to meet other single parents for engaging in mutual activities with their children. He said she had also placed on her own ad.

Zografos said their relationship became intimate in January.

Zografos said, "We became very close rather quickly" and they had discussed moving in together when her divorce was finalized.

Under further questioning by DuBois, Zografos said he downloaded some material from Nina Reiser's computer to search for clues to her disappearance and discovered links to personal ads on Craigslist.

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