Excerpt: Five years later, FBI admits Luna case is 'inactive'
Five years after the mysterious death of Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Luna, the federal prosecutor's father is still searching for answers.
In a rare telephone interview with The Examiner, Paul Luna said he is angered by law enforcement assertions that his son killed himself.
"That's not true," he said. "He was killed."
Jonathan Luna, 38, was found dead in a shallow Denver, Pa., stream on Dec. 4, 2003. The married father of two boys had 36 stab and cut wounds from his own penknife. The former Lancaster County coroner who first examined Luna's body, Barry Walp, is still adamant that Luna was a homicide victim.
"I made my ruling back in 2003 and it stands," Walp said from his Pennsylvania home.