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    • Originally posted by some-guy View Post
      Blaaaahh she is ugly!!! the real question is:

      HOW COULD HIM MERRY HER!?!?!

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      • Here is a good article on Reiser's last meeting with a journalist. It's not an interview really since no questions are asked:
        http://www.salon.com/news/feature/20...9/hans_reiser/

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        • Originally posted by some-guy View Post
          Just case someone too lazy to read the link...

          ... Reiser also acknowledged that he and his wife had fought and that he had strangled her, a source familiar with the investigation said...
          And, from joshuapurcell's link:

          Originally posted by joshuapurcell View Post
          ... Hans took the police to Nina's body. He had buried her less than a mile from his house, not far from the trailhead. He lived close to the Redwood Regional Park, a place where you could hike for days. Search and rescue had scoured the area with ground troops and cadaver dogs, but the body was hidden in a shallow grave more than 100 feet down a steep ravine. She had been strangled. His lawyers stated that Hans was remorseful; that he was trying to make things right. I knew that wasn't true. He had maintained his innocence since being arrested in October 2006. I was the last journalist to interview him before his confession. He wasn't remorseful, he was angry. He still felt the world owed him something.
          Not that I hate Hans, but from what I have read about his character, the last part wasn't much of a big surprise to me.

          Yes, the man wrote a file system, many view it as one of the best file system in the world, and made it into Linux.
          Yes, because of this contribution, many of us admire him.
          Yes, is saddening, it turn out this way.

          But, he killed his ex-wife. From what I have learned so far, it is a fact.
          Last edited by lenrek; 07-09-2008, 12:34 AM.

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          • .. Reiser also acknowledged that he and his wife had fought and that he had strangled her, a source familiar with the investigation said...
            MORE ON THIS (why not give the whole quote):

            "Hans Reiser first told prosecutors a story that implicated Sean Sturgeon as the killer. Reiser claimed he had only helped bury the body. When he was asked to take a lie detector test while repeating the story, Reiser failed the test.
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            Hans Reiser then offered another story, in which he said he strangled Nina after the two fought. He was offered a deal for second degree murder, 15-to-life, and waived his appellate rights."

            http://www.ktvu.com/news/16815248/detail.html

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            • Meow said: "Now I'm wondering, since Hans is allergic to poison oak, why he didn't have a gigantic case of it in the weeks following burying Nina in that obscure spot on a steep hill."

              Sgt. J.D. Nelson, spokesman for the Alameda County Sheriff's Office and Coroner's Bureau said:

              "The area (where Nina's body was buried) was searched 'superficially' in the initial search for Nina Reiser because it was off the beaten track and covered with poison oak."

              http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/ci_9811812

              Since Hans is allergic to poison oak, I guess this proves that Hans did NOT bury (or kill) Nina.

              So who did bury Nina?

              Obviously, the real killer, not the patsy, Reiser.

              My money in on anon81552 (a commenter on sfgate.com blogs) as the real killer.


              From: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/...entry_id=27930

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              • Well... At least I tried.

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                • Fox Mulder was great, when he saw conspiracies everywhere. You're just sad, Jade.

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                  • some people just never give up. i was hopinh till the end that reiser was not guilty. guess i was wrong.

                    jade, if you insist on trolling, at least kill the colours please.

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                    • Now it's time for a username block on this forum (if Jade isn't going to be kicked from the forum that is). I want to block any of Jade's forum posts/threads but how do I do this? It has been mentioned before, but I don't see the option anywhere.

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                      • Originally posted by joshuapurcell View Post
                        Now it's time for a username block on this forum (if Jade isn't going to be kicked from the forum that is). I want to block any of Jade's forum posts/threads but how do I do this? It has been mentioned before, but I don't see the option anywhere.
                        Go into your user CP, and then click on Edit Ignore List and then enter Jade for ignored user.

                        I would also recommend when the sentencing is done that this thread be locked and allowed to drop to the depths of old and resolved threads.
                        Last edited by deanjo; 07-09-2008, 02:08 PM.

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                        • About Poison Oak:

                          Usually, no visible reaction will occur the first time a person comes in contact with poison oak.

                          When initially exposed, the skin alerts the immune system of the presence of the irritating chemical. The immune system then prepares a defensive reaction for the next time the skin encounters the substance. This sensitizes the skin so that new contact with poison oak causes an allergic reaction.

                          For some people even the pollen in the air is a problem. They quite literally cannot enter an area were poison oak grows.

                          Poison oak pollen is abundant in Spring in all areas where Poison Oak is common. Pollen from Poison Oak can land on people's skin and can cause the exact same symptoms as contact with the leaves of the plant. Inhalation of Poison Oak pollen can be DANGEROUS for people with asthma who are also susceptible already to the contact affects of this species.

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                          • I am not sure what is the purpose of continuing this. Maybe you believe, by writing it more of such, it will turn to be true. But, this is worst than wishful thinking. I always believe, human being would ultimately choose to accept what the facts tell us, but I guess, there will those who choose to live a life of self-delusion.

                            Jade, I hope you are just trolling, but if you are really serious in what you said, then I sincerely felt pity for you. Though, I doubt you will be able to truly understand or comprehend why I pity you.

                            EDIT: I think, this should be the last post I want to reply in this thread. I see no more reason to reply anymore.
                            Last edited by lenrek; 07-10-2008, 12:28 AM.

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                            • Everyone is taking this thread far too seriously...

                              I read it for a laugh!

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                              • Jade, or his twin brother, is also trolling the San Francisco Chronicle forum as "FruityJuice:"

                                http://www.sfchroniclemarketplace.co...26219#comments

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