Robert Eric Wone Case Study

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Murder mystery of Robert Eric Wone in 2006
There is an unsolved murder case of Robert Eric Wone who was murdered on 2nd August 2006 in Washington D.C. His body was found in the house of his college friend. Mr. Wone was a lawyer by profession and according to the affidavits filed by the police he was believed to have been incapacitated, restrained and assaulted sexually before death. Moreover the crime scene had been tampered with. This case attained the “vagabond status” as this case was transferred to three different and separate prosecutors. Till now his murder has remain a mystery though the inmates of the house where he was murdered were arrested for tampering with the crime scene and nondisclosure of true events that led to his murder though they were acquitted. Attempted assassination of President Ronald Regan
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