Skip to comments.Who killed Chandra Levy?
Posted on 08/16/2010 3:11:54 PM PDT by VU4G10
Chandra Ann Levy (April 14, 1977ca. May 1, 2001) was an intern at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Washington, D.C., who disappeared in May 2001 and is presumed murdered after her skeletal remains were found in Rock Creek Park in May 2002. The investigation led to media allegations of an extramarital affair with then-U.S. Representative Gary Condit, a Democrat representing California's 18th congressional district and a senior member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Condit was never named a suspect by police and was ultimately cleared of involvement, however the cloud of suspicion raised by the intense media focus on the missing intern and the later revelation of the affair led to his loss in his 2002 re-election campaign.
The circumstances surrounding Levy's death remained unclear for many years. On March 3, 2009 D.C. police and federal prosecutors announced they had arrested Ingmar Guandique, a 27-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador, as a suspect in the case. Guandique's trial is scheduled for October 2010. Guandique had already been convicted of assaulting two women in Rock Creek Park around the time of the Levy disappearance.
Police interviewed Ingmar Guandique, a Salvadoran illegal alien who had been previously convicted of assaulting two other women in the same park where Levy's remains were found. District of Columbia police chief Charles H. Ramsey called him a "person of interest". Police administered a polygraph test, which Guandique passed.
The Levy homicide remained listed as a "cold case" until March 3, 2009, when the Superior Court of the District of Columbia issued an arrest warrant for Guandique. On Wednesday, April 22, 2009, Guandique was charged with Chandra Levy's murder. On his arraignment, where Guandique pleaded 'not guilty', a trial date was set for January 27, 2010. The start date was moved to Oct 2010 due to evidence processing errors.
Guandique is currently an inmate at the U.S. PenitentiaryVictorville in Adelanto, California, serving time for his earlier conviction.
2009 - MS-13 gang threatens witness in Chandra Levy case
Assistant U.S. Attorney Fernando Campoamor told a judge in D.C Superior Court that accused murderer and gang member Ingmar Guandique, 28, along with members of the MS-13 gang threatened to kill a witness and his family, if he testifies at Guandiques January trial.
A Salvadoran national in this country illegally, Guandique was arrested last April for the murder of missing intern Chandra Levy, who disappeared in 2001. Her skeletal remains were discovered a year later in D.C.s Rock Creek Park.
At the time of his arrest for the Levy murder, he was already in prison for the assault of two other women in Washington D.C. He was actually arrested only a few days after Levys disappearance on burglary charges, though law enforcement was aware of his illegal status, Immigration and Customs Enforcement was not notified due to the Districts sanctuary policy.
More and more, the issue of crime attributed to illegal aliens is and should be on the minds of millions of Americans.
While Chandra Levy may be the most well known American who has been killed by an illegal alien, she is only one in a staggeringly large and ever-growing group.
In 2005, the Government Accountability Office announced the results of a study which examined the criminal history of 55,322 illegal aliens who were incarcerated in federal, state, and local institutions during the year 2003.
The results of that aforementioned study follow:
The 55,322 illegal aliens in the study accounted for a total of 459,614 arrests (or eight arrests per illegal alien). Their arrests represented a total of nearly 700,000 criminal offenses (or 13 offenses per illegal alien). 36 percent of those studied had been arrested at least five times previously.
Did you see when they put him in the van to go to prison he konks his head its so funny let see if i can find it
Where’s your sarcasm tag? Condit was BOINKING her....and you know that the first person they would suspect is someone like that!! He had a VERY BAD brother, and another VERY BAD BROTHER....and a bad father.
One brother was a law enforcement guy...the other was a felon.
“...MS-13 gang threatens witness ...”
Do you really let someone who has threatened you, walk away?
Sept. 11th. stopped the McCain recall in Arizona.
“Sept. 11th. stopped the McCain recall in Arizona.”
Wow, just wow. That’s amazing. And then a few years later he was pres. nominee. And look where THAT got us.
I had no idea.
Why, gay Caribbean bikers, of course.
“Assistant U.S. Attorney Fernando Campoamor told a judge in D.C Superior Court that accused murderer and gang member Ingmar Guandique, 28, along with members of the MS-13 gang threatened to kill a witness and his family, if he testifies at Guandiques January trial.”
Wow, hadn’t heard about that. THIS is what Obama, et al want to give amnesty. We don’t need to cross the oceans to find terrorism, we import it!
“...accused murderer and gang member Ingmar Guandique, 28, along with members of the MS-13 gang threatened to kill a witness and his family, if he testifies at Guandiques January (now October) trial.”
DC: Headed to hell in a handbasket!
Just another total screw up by those that think they know best.
I really hate these people....
Sanctuary, my ass.
Did Hilly hide her?
“Did Hilly hide her?”
“Eet was Moose and Squirrel!”
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