Tag: Robert Wone

It's A Date…

Two Weeks Before Robert Wone’s Murder… Three years ago this week, on or about July 19, 2006, Robert began making plans to stay the night at a friend’s house in Washington, DC.   Last month Paul Duggan wrote in the…

The Old Stone House

For Sale:  History  Tasked with tracking a number of properties, the Real Estate Editor has the busiest job at wmrw.com.  Of course there’s the site of Robert’s murder, the previous home of the defendants, 1509  Swann Street; the 16th Street apartment they lived in after the murder and the McLean…

Pursuit of the Truth

Why Robert Wone Could Not Remain Silent in the Face of Injustice – And Why We Won’t This July marks three years since Robert Wone was named general counsel of Radio Free Asia; a post he held for less than…

Saturday Showcase

Neatness and Originality Count More than likely within the 4,000 comments posted here lies the key that may unlock the mystery behind the night of August 2, 2006.  We’re still trying to configure the ideal theories page here that will…

Search Tools

The Blogosfear WordPress stats are limited but one feature shows incoming Google searches. Paul Duggan’s Washington Post series and Tim Arango’s piece in the New York Times triggered all sorts of search terms we saw in the dashboard. In the wake of all…

The Big Hand Is On The Six

If Victor was asleep, how did he know Robert’s arrival time? A nagging question has been how did Victor Zaborsky know that Robert arrived at 10:30 pm, when he stated that he was asleep when Robert arrived at 1509? Simple logic says that one…

Six Minutes To Midnight

About that time line It’s not an understatement to say there are dozens of inconsistencies when comparing the defendants’ affidavit statements against each other.  Trying to match their statements to the 9-1-1 call becomes even more hypnotizing. And we thought…

Fit To Print

15th And Swann By Way Of 41st and 8th Our thanks to Tim Arango for his article on the media coverage of Robert’s murder.  Our continued gratitude goes to Paul Duggan for his thorough investigative work and for the time…

Post Mortem

Bye Lines Only recently have the Washington Post obituaries been signed by its writers; Robert’s did not carry a by-line in August of 2006. Having read the Duggan series, the man who penned that obit, Matt Schudel, shared his thoughts. In…