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Nina Reiser's Mother Calls Son in Law 'a Killer'

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Nina Reiser's mother took the witness stand for the second day in the trial of Hans Reiser. She testified Wednesday that Hans Reiser told her Nina Reiser was a "bad wife."

The missing woman's mother, flown here from Russia, is the final witness for the prosecution. The jury trial for the 44-year-old Linux guru began Nov. 6, with some 50 witnesses.

A back-and-forth discussion between Irina Sharanova and prosecutor Paul Hora went like this:

"Did he say anything else to you about Nina that was negative?" Hora asked, referring to 2003.

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Also: Hans Reiser Trial: Feb. 13, 2008




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CBS Paying Nina Reiser's Mother $20,000 as Part of Trial Broadcast
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