Daron Wint was convicted last fall of four counts of first-degree premeditated murder in the brutal slaying of three members of a D.C. family and their housekeeper in 2015
The Maryland man charged with killing three members of a D.C. family and their housekeeper inside the family’s Northwest D.C. mansion was found guilty of first-degree murder and dozens of other felony charges Thursday. Now that the trial has concluded, federal prosecutors have released some of the evidence jurors considered.
As lawyers question potential jurors — including asking whether they could remain impartial after seeing graphic photos of the victims — prosecutors shed light on some key testimony expected at trial.
Three years after three members of a D.C. family and their housekeeper were tortured and killed, the case remains one of the most heinous crimes in recent memory. Now — even as several frustrating, agonizing questions remain unanswered — jury selection has begun in the trial against the only man charged with their killings.
A family of three and a housekeeper were found killed inside the burning Kalorama home in May 2015. For more than three years, only one man has faced charges.
From the get-go, investigators said it would have taken more than one person to pull off such an elaborate crime. Court documents support this investigative hunch. However, only one person has been charged.
WASHINGTON – In search warrants unsealed Wednesday, investigators say they hope that cellphones and security footage stolen from the scene of a burned-out D.C. home where a family and their housekeeper were killed last month…
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