E-PUB: Who Murdered Jonathan Luna?
by Randolph H. Pherson, 2020
Who Murdered Jonathan Luna?
This publication includes a case study narrative, a set of questions to consider when analyzing the case, and a case solution.
Theories abound about how and why Jonathan Luna died; can the use of Diagnostic Techniques help you solve the case?
Jonathan Luna was an energetic and affable federal prosecutor whose death in December 2003 shocked his friends and colleagues. By the time of his death, he had risen from his modest roots in New York to become an assistant US attorney in Baltimore, Maryland. But in the early hours of 4 December 2003, Luna’s body—riddled with thirty-six stab wounds—was found face down in a creek in rural Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with his car still idling nearby. A multiyear, multistate investigation ensued, the public details of which ignited controversy about just how and why Jonathan Luna died. This case study shows how Diagnostic Techniques such as Chronologies and Timelines, Multiple Hypotheses Generation, and Analysis of Competing Hypotheses could have been used to help solve the case.
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