Tag: Victor Zaborsky

Sweeps Week

From The WMRW-TV News  Archive…  Film at 11 While the value of the Updike-Steadman issue of New Yorker magazine remains a topic for debate, evidence from the murder scene has been presented in other ways; notably spelled out in various…

What's at Stake on Friday?

Currently, only one case  seeks to answer the question of who murdered Robert Wone, and that is the wrongful death civil suit filed on behalf of Robert’s widow, Kathy Wone.  For the plaintiffs, what’s at stake at Friday’s hearing is…

Unliquidated Assets – Part 2

As a follow-up to the search of the DC Real Property Database, and to the questions posed by several commenters, a search of the Miami-Dade County real property records reveals that the Miami Shores home purchased in June, 2008 has…

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…

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…

Who was Robert Wone?

Thank you for making the jump with us to a new page dedicated to one purpose — discovering the full truth about what happened to Robert Wone on the evening of Wednesday, August 2, 2006 at 1509 Swann Street in…