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Wone's widow wants phone records

The widow of an attorney mysteriously killed in 2006 is seeking the phone and e-mail records of three romantically linked men who lived in the town house where he was fatally stabbed.

Lawyers for Katherine Wone want a judge to subpoena such records from roughly a month before and a month after Robert Wone's death.

Authorities say Wone was drugged, sexually assaulted and stabbed after arranging to spend the night at the three defendants' home.

Joseph Price, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky were acquitted of misleading police in June, but they now face a wrongful death civil lawsuit.

Attorneys for Wone's widow say in court documents the records could show the defendants' “state of mind.” They suggest two men were growing apart romantically and the other had planned to be out of town when Wone was killed.

-- Associated Press

By Washington Post Editors  |  August 9, 2010; 4:46 PM ET
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