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Latest Chandra Levy Items
The man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy nearly a decade ago was sentenced Friday to 60 years in prison.
In the normal scheme of life, parents are not supposed to outlive their children. The parents of Chandra Levy, who came to the nation's capital from Modesto, Calif., to work as an intern, know that fact all too well. They've been living the nightmare that follows the consequence of their daughter being murdered on the opposite coast of her home.
Nearly 10 years after she was killed, Chandra Levy finally got justice yesterday when a jury found a 29-year old Salvadoran immigrant guilty of first-degree murder.
In a trial that focused so much on the darkest parts of humanity, Susan Levy's presence lent a quiet dignity.
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.
The case of the missing Washington intern devastated a family, destroyed a congressman's career and sparked a media frenzy, but the question of who killed Chandra Levy went unanswered for nearly a decade until a jury on Monday convicted a Salvadoran illegal immigrant of first-degree murder.
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.
Two tugboats slowly pulled a disabled cruise ship with nearly 4,500 passengers and crew toward San Diego on Wednesday.
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.