December 22, 2014
A prosecutor says jurors in the Hans Reiser murder trial will hear from the defendant's young son.
Prosecutor Paul Hora, who is continuing his opening statement for a second day, says 8-year-old Rory Reiser is confused about what happened, but he will testify.
Hora says Rory, who was six at the time his mother disappeared, has given conflicting statements about when he last saw his mother.
The prosecutor says he will let jurors decide what to believe.
Nina Reiser vanished last September after dropping off Rory and his sister at her husband's home.
Hans Reiser is charged with murdering her, but defense lawyers have suggested she may not be dead.
Nina's body has never been found.
Rory and his sister have been living with their maternal grandmother in Russia.
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