Editor's Notebook: Worst Roomate Ever, Losing One of Our Own and More
A look at a few of the most notable stories this week on Georgetown Patch.
A man who lived with Georgetown murder suspect Albrecht Muth and his late wife, Viola Drath, for two months in 2010 testified in DC Superior Court this week. The court is in the midst of a competency hearing to see if Muth can stand trial in the murder of Drath.
Jason Cain, a former army logistics specialist, spoke about his interactions with Muth while he lived and interned with him for two months in 2010. Cain made a recording of a conversation in which Muth told him the tricks of the trade for his "influence operations" on important people.
The hearing continues this week.
News spread quickly through the Georgetown and the Washington, DC, business community Wednesday morning: Curtin (Curt) Winsor III, a Georgetown resident and co-founder of the Bank of Georgetown, suffered a heart attack Tuesday night and died. He leaves behind a wife and three daughters.
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