"She [Andrea Schneiderman] became very agitated. She started to speak with a raised voice," the rabbi said. "I want to know about Mr. Neuman. What's going on with him? Why is he not in here? I tried calling him the morning of the murder. He was nowhere to be found. Ever since then, there's all of the stories at work. She was just going on and on." Neuman was later convicted of killing her husband Rusty. The testimony of Rabbi Hirsh Minkowicz, the director of Chabad of North Fulton, could be significant because the perjury and false statement charges against Schneiderman are the basis of the wider grand jury indictment against her.