Author: Doug

Ten Years On: Too Long, Too Little

As we write this, ten years ago August 2nd at this very moment, right around 10am, Robert Wone was beginning his workday at Radio Free Asia. He was still getting used to his new-ish position as General Counsel at Radio…

Guilt and Innocence

When “Not Guilty” Might Also Mean “Not Innocent” It’s strange how some criminal cases come to captivate the public mind while others fade quickly. This last weekend saw the conclusion, at least for the moment, of the Trayvon Martin murder…

So Whatever Happened To…

Frustrated With Strategy? Victor Has The Answers! Here’s something to think about while counting grey hairs: it was twenty years ago that California Milk Processor Board, hoping to goose up dairy sales launched the “got milk?” advertising campaign. First launched…

Over But Not Out

Secrets Are Rarely Secret for Long We knew this day would come.  Whatever the form, we four editors, the close contributors, the many commentors and the legions of the just-plain curious – we all knew that eventually there would be something that felt…

Radio Silence

Where We’re At, And What May Come Many have asked us of late for any news of a settlement in the case, or even if any settlement has actually been reached. While we have nothing new we can share, we…

Settled?

The Civil Trial That May Never Be We’ve heard from a source that a settlement has been reached in the civil trial between Kathy Wone & family, and defendants Joe Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward. We’re trying to confirm this with the…

If…

What If We’ve Hurt, Not Helped? Of the two questions invariably asked of us over the last two years (the first: ‘Who do you think did it?‘), it was the hardest to answer. ‘What effect do you think you’ve had…

Knowns and Unknowns

What Are We Not Asking That We Should? If there was a list of people you might not expect to turn up on this site, Donald Rumsfeld might be near the top. We expect he would be just as surprised…

The Philadelphia Story

When Is A Cold Case “Cold”? It’s been more than four years since Robert Wone was found stabbed at 1509 Swann Street on August 2nd, 2006.   Nobody has ever been charged with his murder.   The evidentiary trail has run dry,…