Author: Craig

Nine Years And Counting

Nine Years Later, No Answers It’s a dark day to mark. On the evening of August 2, 2006, Robert Wone was slain in the home of his three friends, Joseph Price, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky. The secrets from that evening…

Seven Years

One More Year, Too Many Unanswered Questions Seven years ago today at 1509 Swann Street NW, Robert Wone was slain in the home of his three “friends” Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward. It is yet one more year…

Four Years and Counting

Although a couple weeks late, we mark the 4th anniversary of the first post. While biking past 1509 Swann Street the other day, we were again struck by the block’s beauty. No matter what the season, it remains one of…

Who Murdered Robert Wone

“Rest awhile and enjoy the wonderful world around you.” Three years ago today, a simple post on a simple website went up. Those 150 words were the start of a long journey. We had no idea where it would lead, but…

Contract Law

From a Reliable Source Much was made, but little seen, about early investigation reports about the contents of Joe Price’s computer at his old firm, Arent-Fox. In the immediate aftermath of Robert’s murder, DC Police and other law enforcement agencies…

Good Deeds

E-Z Pay There’s no telling what the amount of contributions have been to the Robert Wone Memorial Trust since we started solicitating for them over two years ago.  We hope plenty of readers have reached deep to cut hefty checks. While…

Closing Arguments

Long, Strange Trip We’re going to take the next few days to share a few thoughts about the last two and a half years. Word of the final settlement came six weeks after we first broke the news that a deal was in the works.…

Settlement

Robert Wone’s widow settles civil suit in husband’s killing By Keith L. Alexander, Washington Post The wife of slain Washington attorney Robert Wone on Wednesday settled a $20 million wrongful death lawsuit against the three roommates who shared the Dupont…

Punt

Monday’s motions hearing has been pushed back until Thursday, August 4. This is the first bit of news that’s been added to the Court docket since the end of May. Lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer? As if. 07/29/2011 Event…