Why is he on Dr. Phil, you might wonder? Is it that with the charges dropped against Guandique, the mystery lives on?
A disgraced ex-Congressman has broken his 15-year silence on the 2001 murder of Jewish Washington D.C. intern Chandra Levy — a crime that once gripped the nation.
The man convicted of killing Jewish Capitol Hill intern Chandra Levy in 2001 plans to demand a new trial as reports swirl about questions about the case and secret court hearings.
The mystery of the Chandra Levy murder has deepened as a judge refused to open hearings into an issue with a witness that could potentially overturn the conviction in the sensational case.
The convicted killer of Chandra Levy is set to appear at a court hearing amid questions about the sensational 2001 killing of the Jewish congressional intern.
New information has emerged in the 2001 murder of congressional intern Chandra Levy two years after a conviction in the case.
Federal prosecutors Tuesday charged a Salvadoran laborer with the first-degree murder of Washington intern Chandra Levy. The 27-year-old Levy, whose romantic relationship with former Rep. Gary Condit effectively ended the congressman’s career, disappeared while jogging in 2001; her remains were found a year later in the city’s Rock Creek Park.
Charges are reportedly imminent in the disappearance and murder of Chandra Levy, the Washington intern, who had been romantically linked to the former California Congressman Gary Condit.