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Robert Wone Conspiracy Trial Back in Session

by Borderstan.com — June 15, 2010 at 7:24 am 0

Luis Gomez Photos Who Murdered Robert Wone? Borderstan

The 1500-block of Swann Street NW where Robert Wone was murdered on the night of August 2, 2006. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Wednesday Update: It appears that the trial could close today or tomorrow. Also, remember that this is not a jury trial. The three defendants all waived their rights to a jury trial, which means the judge will make a ruling in the charges.

The trial of three men accused of conspiracy to obstruct justice in the August 2, 2006, murder of Robert Wone resumed yesterday at DC’s Moultrie Courthouse. The editors at Who Murdered Robert Wone? have detailed (but easy-to-read) reports of Monday’s trial, which resumed after a one-week break.

Who Murdered Robert Wone?

Robert Wone was found murdered almost four years ago in a row house at 1509 Swann Street NW. No one has been charged in his murder. The three men on trial lived at the Swann Street house where Wone was visiting and was murdered. The three defendants–Joseph Price, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky–are accused of obstruction of justice, conspiracy, and tampering with evidence.

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