Month: January 2009

CIA conspiracy theories about the Wone murder

Alex Constantine’s blog, Alex Constantine’s Blacklist, takes an entirely different approach to Robert Wone’s murder.  He implies a much larger conspiracy involving more than the three roommates living at 1509 Swann Street.  He alleges that Radio Free Asia, where Robert…

Society Prepares the Crime

I recently ran across this Chinese proverb, “Society prepares the crime, criminals commit it,” and in light of the fact that Robert Wone was Chinese-American, I could not help but think that this proverb sheds light on his murder. More…

Was Joe Price Out of Control?

In the recently released affidavit for search warrant, it reveals that “Contained within [Price’s office computer] were a large number of male pornographic pictures that included depictions of Sado-Masochistic behavior and bondage.” Now, I don’t think anyone will judge Price…

Culuket

This is name of the e-mail address used by Defendant Joe Price — culuket@yahoo.com.  In the days leading up to murder, Price used the e-mail address to communicate with other identities and share photographs.  The search warrant, which the prosecutors…

No Murder Charge in Wone Case….For Now.

The prosecution announced that “unless something changes between now and trial,” that the defendants will not be chared with murder.  So that means that Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward will be tried on three ancillary crimes — conspiracy…

Who is Louis Hinton?

The Blog of the Legal Times broke today a letter that Joseph Price’s counsel, Bernie Grimm, sent to U.S. Attorney Glen Kirschner accusing the prosecution of not turning over all available evidence during discovery. In the letter Grimm notes the…

Wone's Friends Gather

This is a YouTube post, put together by some group using facilities (it seems) in Chapel Hill called “The People’s Channel.” I can only first guess this is a public access group – one of hundreds that attract people deeply…

Do you hear that? Is that the Defendants beginning to shake?

The Blog of the Legal Time reported on December 30 that no plea bargain was in sight. The main reason to extend a plea agreement would be if the prosecution felt they didn’t have enough evidence to convict, and with…