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Chandra Levy Murder: Suspect Charged

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Mar. 3 2009, Published 8:00 a.m. ET

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The murder investigation of D.C. intern, Chandra Levy, may finally have come to a head. According to Superior Court documents, a complaint has been filed against, Ingmar Guandique, an illegal immigrant who has been charged with Levy's murder.

The complaint accuses Guandique of First Degree Murder - Felony Murder, in violation of 22 D.C. Code.

Early after Levy's disappearance, California congressman, Gary Condit, became the focus of suspicion after it was discovered that Condit had a romantic relationship with Levy, who was his intern at the time.

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The case took a turn after new detectives and prosecutors spoke with witnesses who confirmed Guandique told them he had attacked and killed Levy.

A search of his prison cell (he was already serving 10 years for attacking two other women) produced a picture of Levy that appeared to be torn from a magazine.

Guandique allegedly boasted to a witness that he was a member of the Salvadoran gang MS-13 and known as Chuckie because he had a reputation for cutting up people.

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It's been almost eight years since Levy left apartment in May 2001 and was never heard from again. Her body was found one year later, May 22, 2002.



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