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Watch the Trailer for Who Killed Robert Wone?
The new Peacock Original documentary tells the true story of a young attorney who was found mysteriously stabbed to death.
Peacock has announced its latest Original true crime documentary Who Killed Robert Wone? The documentary begins streaming on Peacock March 7 and details the peculiar 2006 murder of Robert Wone, a young attorney who was found mysteriously stabbed to death at a friend’s home in Washington, D.C.
On the night of August 2, 2006, Victor Zaborsky called 911 to report that an intruder had stabbed a friend at the D.C. home he shared with Joe Price and Dylan Ward. First responders arrived to find attorney Robert Wone already dead in the guest room. With little blood at the scene and no signs of struggle or robbery, suspicions heightened after police interviewed the three housemates. Believing the men knew more than they were revealing, the investigation soon uncovered more questions than answers. Unthinkable twists and turns surfaced, leaving friends questioning how well they knew the three men and police struggling to nail down answers.
Ultimately, prosecutors brought an unusual set of charges against the three residents — but not for murder. As Price, Zaborsky and Ward maintain their innocence and fight to clear their names, those close to Robert seek the truth and try to heal from unimaginable loss.
“The case of Robert Wone’s is a story that most crime fans may have never heard of, but once they do, they won't stop talking about it,” Stephanie Steele, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming’s SVP of Unscripted Current Production, said. “Through interviews with those closest to the case and friends of Robert’s who knew him well, Who Killed Robert Wone? looks to give the Peacock audience insight into one of the most mysterious murder cases of the 2000s and explore the bizarre events of what happened on that fateful night.”
Watch Who Killed Robert Wone? on Peacock March 7.
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