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Gary A. Condit
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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.
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.
Chandra Levy used her computer on the day she disappeared back in 2001 to find information on Rock Creek Park, where the man charged with her killing had a history of assaulting female joggers, an FBI agent testified Thursday.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office says the state's supply of a scarce lethal injection drug was obtained from England.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Monday a 17 percent drop in Border Patrol arrests this year shows heightened enforcement is slowing illegal immigration.
The murder trial of Chandra Levy, nearly a decade after she disappeared, reopens the door for many on a story that continues to provoke Beltway chatter, a tale of sex, violence and politics that consumed D.C. in the weeks and months before the September 11 attacks.