Prosecutors say defendants in obstruction case know who murdered RFA GC.

Posted: 19 Feb 2010   Print   Send a link
Robert Wone "was murdered in 2006 while visiting friends in a tony section of Washington. At the time, he was the general counsel at Radio Free Asia. He was 32. Two years later criminal charges of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and tampering charges — but not murder charges — were brought against three housemates that Wone was visiting: Joe Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward. A trial it set for May. Several days ago, according to this WaPo story, federal prosecutors in the case said in filings that they were confident the three men charged with obstruction know who killed Wone." Amir Efrati, Law Blog, Wall Street Journal, 18 February 2010. See previous post about same subject.