I think it's helpful, but I would not use the word 'closure,Report: Chandra Levy to be buried in Cal May 22, 2003
I don't know where he is, and if I know where he was I couldn't tell youLaci's family waits for word on autopsy Apr 15, 2003
While certainly today's news provides some resolution, it certainly doesn't provide an answer to what happened to ChandraLevy death under investigation May 23, 2002
While certainly today's news provides some resolution, it certainly doesn't provide an answer to what happened to ChandraBody in DC park is Chandra Levy's May 23, 2002
Something inside of me knew it was going to be the last time I ever saw her. I just wish I had done something. I wish I had said somethingTrial hard on Chandra Levy's parents Oct 18, 2010
Chandra Ann Levy (April 14, 1977 – May 1, 2001) was an American intern at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Washington, D.C., who disappeared in May 2001. She was presumed murdered after her skeletal remains were found in Rock Creek Park in May 2002. The case attracted attention from the American news media for years.
The investigation led to media allegations of an extramarital affair with then-U.S. Representative Gary Condit, a five-term 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 eventually 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 were unclear for eight years. On March 3, 2009, D.C. authorities obtained a warrant to arrest Ingmar Guandique, an illegal immigrant from El Salvador who had already been convicted of assaulting two other women in Rock Creek Park around the time of Levy's disappearance. Prosecutors stated that Guandique had attacked and tied up Levy in a remote area of the park, leaving her to die of dehydration or exposure. In November 2010, Guandique was convicted of murdering Levy; he was sentenced in February 2011 to 60 years in prison.