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Topic - Amanda Haines
A jury has found Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique guilty of murdering Washington intern Chandra Levy back in 2001, when her disappearance became a national sensation.
Authorities focused on the wrong man when they began investigating the disappearance of Washington intern Chandra Levy, and they never found the right one, an attorney for the man charged with killing Levy said in closing arguments Tuesday.
Former Rep. Gary A. Condit, the California Democrat whose political career was ruined in the wake of the disappearance of D.C. intern Chandra Levy, testified Monday that investigators in the case tried to railroad him.
"Justice is what needs to happen for this young girl," Assistant U.S. Attorney Amanda Haines told the jury while holding up a smiling photo of Levy. "She's been waiting nine years for justice."