None of you commented on this; Here is another chance.
"A worker at the office of Dubois told NBC11 that Reiser was shackled to his lawyer, so he would not run away, as Reiser WAS LED by authorities to the buried body off of the 8200 block of Skyline Boulevard."
Since Reiser has no way to tell the real story, maybe the above statement is more accurate than the actual one run by nbc11, namely;
"A worker at the office of Dubois told NBC11 that Reiser was shackled to his lawyer, so he would not run away, as he led authorities to the buried body off of the 8200 block of Skyline Boulevard."
There are still all the very serious problems with the trials.
There are also many problems with the nbc11 story:
1) Reiser had to carry Nina some 500 meters through very rough terrain (perhaps possible, but at the time, he was very overweight and not very fit).
2) He had to carry her at night without being seen by the local residents (ie without light). He had to carry shovels from his house, ie, at least two trips, or find them elsewhere in the dark. He had to dig the hole.
3) The cadaver dog didn't smell any evidence of the body at Hans' house or its surrounds or in his car. These dogs are amazingly good at their job. They can smell the scent of a body on a surface that has only come near (but not touched) a body. And they can accurately smell these incredibly faint odors, for periods of over two months. How many areas in Reiser's house and car would have been close to (but did not necessarily touch) Nina's body, if Hans had killed her there?
Something is seriously wrong here.
Tracker dogs (dogs with different training) are also amazingly good. You can give these dogs an item of clothing and they can track the trail left by even a dead dragged/carried body.
4) It shows that the "evidence" of the missing car seat, the washing of the car, etc, etc,... in fact, all the evidence the verdict was based on, was totally irrelevant and did not point to murder at all.
5) It shows that the jury had to have been rigged. There is no other explaination, the jury reached a verdict based TOTALLY on what is now clearly NOT EVIDENCE AT ALL.
It seems more likely that someone else led the police to her body and police then led Reiser there to make it appear that Reiser was leading them.
The same people who framed Reiser in the first place are still framing him now.