Category: Robert Wone

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…

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

As we approach next week and Friday’s D.C. Superior Court hearing on motions to stay the civil case, a few thoughts on the past week. First, for those new to this site, welcome. A special round of thanks goes out…

Is Kathy Wone's Civil Suit Valid Under the DC Statute of Limitations?

Some discussion has ensued amongst the commenters on the previous post regarding additional legal support being added for Kathy Wone’s civil suit. At issue is the statute of limitations in the District of Columbia for filing a wrongful death lawsuit.…

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…

Is Joe Price Lying?

We received two comments to our post of the legal defense letter that focused on Joe Price’s honesty when he wrote “we have no choice but to sell and liquidate every asset”in order to finance their legal defense. Yet from…

Step up, sound off, cash in… $25,000 awaits

Although more than two years has passed since Robert’s murder, the reward offer from the DC Metroplitian Police Department still stands.  A call into the MPD’s Public Information Office on Friday confirmed that twenty-five large remains up for grabs for anyone who…

"Startling New Information"

In the brief filed in DC Superior Court yesterday, lawyers on behalf of Kathy Wone announced that their third party discovery efforts in the civil suit against the defendants have resulted in “startling new information” that was obtained from the…

Lest We forget…

While we spend considerable time trying to unravel the many mysteries of this crime and dancing dangerously close to the abyss, we must never forget to honor the memory of its victim or lose sight of those Robert left behind.…