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Robert Wone killing still unsolved

Robert Wone was found dead in a Northwest D.C. townhouse in August 2006. The three defendants who were charged with conspiring to cover up his death were found not guilty on June 29, 2010. No one has been arrested in his slaying.

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Roommates in Wone case won't testify in civil suit
Article | The three roommates named as defendants in the wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the family of Robert E. Wone have invoked their legal rights not to testify and avoid self-incrimination, attorneys told a D.C. Superior Court judge Thursday.
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The murder case that isn't
Article | It is possible that no one will ever be charged with the murder of Washington lawyer Robert Wone.
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Murder on Swann Street: The Robert Wone Stabbing
| Washington Post staff writer Paul Duggan discusses the unsolved killing of Washington lawyer Robert Wone -- and the alleged coverup -- in the guest room of an elegant home in the heart of Washington on Aug. 2, 2006.
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The other site of the Swann St. crime
Article | Who Murdered Robert Wone.com, is the slightly obsessive brainchild of three acquaintances struck by what they saw as a lack of coverage of the mysterious slaying of the Washington lawyer.
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Conspiracy trial in Wone death shifts
Article | Details of the troubled life of one of the siblings of the three defendants accused of tampering with evidence in the 2006 slaying of Robert Wone became the focus of testimony Tuesday as prosecutors hoped to prove the existence of past cover-ups by the men.
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Roommates in Wone case won't testify in civil suit
Article | The three roommates named as defendants in the wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the family of Robert E. Wone have invoked their legal rights not to testify and avoid self-incrimination, attorneys told a D.C. Superior Court judge Thursday.
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Expert on Wone knife theory: Maybe
Article | Prosecutors in the Robert Wone conspiracy trial called a well-known former FBI forensics expert to the witness stand on Thursday hoping to show that the three housemates charged in the case had tampered with the knife found near Wone's body four years ago.

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