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A 79-Minute Mystery
Robert Wone arrived at 1509 Swann St. NW about 10:30 p.m. Aug. 2, 2006, to spend the night with three friends. At 11:49 p.m., paramedics were called to the townhouse and found Wone dead in the guest room from three knife wounds to his torso. The men who lived in the house, Victor Zaborsky, Joseph Price and Dylan Ward, maintain that they did nothing wrong and that an intruder must have entered the house and killed Wone. Shown here is their account of the night, as well as what police have identified as inconsistencies between their story and the evidence.
SOURCE: D.C. Metropolitan Police | GRAPHIC by Todd Lindeman and April Umminger - The Washington Post
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.