The federal prosecutor who was leading the investigation into the still-unsolved murder of Washington, D.C., lawyer Robert Wone has hired a personal lawyer and will resign on Friday. The reasons for the departure of Thomas DiBiase are unclear. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia would not talk much about it, but there is plenty of speculation among police, prosecutors and defense attorneys -- some of it circulating on the Internet.
Prosecutor Leading Probe Into Lawyer's Murder Resigns
April 26, 2007
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