Like streaming competitors like Netflix and Hulu, Peacock tackles the true crime genre with drama series “A Friend of the Family” and investigative documentary “John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise.” Streamer’s latest documentary series, Who Killed Robert Wone?, examines the unsolved murder of 32-year-old Robert Wone in 2006 and the circumstances surrounding his mysterious death. which continues to divide investigators to this day.
At the time of his murder, Wone stayed overnight at the house of his college friend Joseph Price, along with Price’s house partner Victor Zaborsky and roommate Dylan Ward. Wone finds lifeless in bed. The trio called 911 and alleged that an intruder broke into the house and killed Wone before leaving the house. However, evidence found at the scene included a lengthy investigation. It appears to present a different theory that doesn’t point to the enigmatic intruder.
Before you delve into the new insights included in “Who Killed Robert Wone” — which begins streaming March 7 — here’s a breakdown of the case we already know, and details of what happened to Wone, including three of his friends, after the murder of Robert Wone. he
Who is Robert Wone?
Wone was born in New York City in 1974 and raised in Brooklyn, as AsianWeek reported in an archived article from the former news outlet. After graduating high school, Wone entered the College of William and Mary in 1990 upon obtaining a bachelor’s degree. He went on to study law at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2002, Wone met his soon-to-be wife Kathy. At a meeting in Philadelphia The two were married the following year in 2003.
In July 2006, Wone left Covington & Burling and began a new position with Radio Free Asia as the company’s General Counsel. Offices in downtown Washington, D.C., away from the home he shares with his wife in Oakton. Wone, Virginia, about 30 minutes. On August 2, 2006, just one month after taking over for Radio Free Asia, Wone decided to work late and stay overnight at the townhouse of a longtime friend and gay rights attorney. Price for a friendly visit and to avoid being late. A nighttime trip to Oakton posted reports that this would be the last night of Wone’s life, with some evidence suggesting that Price, Zaborksy, and Ward were responsible or involved in the tragic death. his
What happened to Robert Wone?
On August 2, Wone arrived at Price, Zaborsky and Ward’s townhouse around 10:30 PM and allegedly spoke to Price and Zaborsky in the first-floor kitchen while Ward was in a third-floor bedroom. At around 11:00 p.m., the three said they were getting ready for bed, and Wone went to the second floor to shower and go to his room to sleep, according to The Washington Post. Following a warrant, Ward Zaborsky called 911 at 11:49 p.m. He said Wone was found lying on a bed with a stab wound in the chest.
EMS personnel arrived on the scene and later described Price, Zaborsky and Ward’s behavior as suspiciously calm and unusual given the nature of the incident. when they were interrogated by the police that night The trio claimed that they believed Wone had been murdered by an attacker. which they guessed entered through an unlocked back door. A roommate claimed to hear the security bell sound shortly after falling asleep. However, investigators found lack of evidence to support the forced immigration theory. As well as a spotlessly clean arena.
An autopsy found that Wone had punctures on his neck, chest, hands and feet, and three “clean, proportional and consistent stab wounds” to his torso with no sign of a fight. From this evidence included additional signs of sexual abuse. Investigators suspect Wone was drugged (leaving him in an incapacitated state), sexually assaulted. and was later fatally stabbed. According to a report from Channel 8
What happened to Price, Zaborksy and Ward after the Murder?
The preliminary investigation led authorities to assume that one of the three was involved to some degree in Wone’s murder. The trio is zero. But the investigation lasted more than two years. before any man was charged in connection with Wone’s murder.
According to The Washington Blade, Price, Zaborksy and Ward were charged in 2008 of tampering with evidence. obstruction of justice and conspired to obstruct justice in connection with the Wone case due to insufficient evidence linking them to the murders. In 2010, the two decided not to go to a jury trial. On June 29, 2010, Leibovitz found Price, Zaborksy and Ward not guilty as the prosecutor’s argument was insufficient. It’s not over yet. That same year, Wone’s widow Kathy filed a $20 million lawsuit against the three men for wrongful death, and the case was settled in court a year later in August 2011, according to a report by Wone’s. The Washington Post As of March 2023, no one has been charged with Wone’s murder, and the case remains unresolved.
Robert Wone’s tragic murder has an unbelievable twist. See details of his case in “Who Killed Robert Wone” is now streaming on Peacock and watch the trailer below.