Judge Lynn Leibovitz spent more than an hour reading aloud her 38-page opinion in D.C. Superior Court on Tuesday.

In finding Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward not guilty on all counts, Leibovitz said that, while prosecutors had provided “powerful” evidence suggesting that one of the three housemates either stabbed Washington attorney Robert Wone or knows who did, the government failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that they intended to disrupt the investigation into Wone’s death.

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