Author: Doug

All In The Family

The Expanding Orbit of the Price Family Everyone’s life is complicated by family.  For many, especially gay men, the truth of that statement extends beyond biological relatives to what’s often called “family of choice”: those with whom we associate, build…

Another City, Another Murder

What George Weber’s Murder May Tell Us About the Wone Case By now many readers have likely learned of another brutal murder just this week in Brooklyn.   For those who haven’t, 47-year-old George Weber was found dead in his apartment…

Wone: 101

Better Late Than Later We’ve noticed the chatter on process lately in the comment sections. One task we’d been meaning to tackle was an FAQ and a one-pager on this effort that will help new visitors better understand the crime, players, cases and our involvement.  Hopefully…

Objection Overruled

How the Coming Battle Over Evidence Will Shape The Trial’s Outcome No doubt many readers of this site – we’re looking your way, legal eagles – have far more experience and expertise in this subject than any of us.  Still,…

K Street

Where K & Swann Intersect – and the Role Ketamine May Have Played The strange circumstances of Robert Wone’s murder – no defensive wounds, signs of possible suffocation, evidence of possible sexual assault and multiple  mysterious puncture wounds on his neck,…

Friends at a Party

Overlapping Circles This weekend the four of us attended a small, informal get together in the Washington area.  Literally: one of dozens of similar affairs that night held by gay Washingtonians, and nothing out of the ordinary.  Save for the fact that several…

Impunity

A Response to the Washington Blade Kevin; We’ve followed the Blade’s coverage of the Robert Wone murder from the beginning and have found it of great help in understanding the events of that night.  You should be proud of what…

Wone Family Lawyers Up, Again. Big Time.

What Does Patrick Regan’s Add Mean for the Civil Case? As reported late Wednesday by Mike Scarcella in the Blog of Legal Times,  veteran plaintiffs attorney and wrongful deaths expert Patrick Regan has now signed on with the Wone team.…

What's Wrong With the Intruder Theory – pt. I

Things That Just Don’t Add Up. From the start the three Swann Street defendants – Dylan Ward, Victor Zaborsky and Joe Price – have “…categorically and adamantly denied…any involvement with (Mr.) Wone’s death.”   Rather they offer what’s come to be…