Federal Bureau Of Prison’s Intern Chandra Levy Murder Trial Begins TodayOctober 18th, 2010 - 7:00 pm ICT by GD
By Gina Gomez
Oct 18, (THAINDIAN NEWS) Chandra Ann Levy, the intern at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Washington D.C., disappeared on May 2001 and the police presumed that she was murdered after they found his skeletal remains in Rock Creek Park in May 2002. After nine years of investigation, media coverage, arrest of suspected killer, finally the trial for the illegal immigrant Ingmar Guandique, who is charged with her murder will begin today. Previously California congressman Gary Condit was suspected and romantically linked with the Federal Bureau intern and after her disappearance, it completely ruined his political career.
However, recent reports suggest that the investigators now no longer suspects Gary Condit but he will also have to be present in the trial. Gary Condit’s spokesman Bert Fields told a reputed media source that the California congressman is expected to be called as a witness at the trial of Ingmar Guandique and he will co-operate with the authorities. However, his spokesperson has also added that the Congressman will not comment anything about the whole case until the trial gets over. One of the defense lawyers, Santha Sonenberg told in her statement that the police was so desperate to make Ingmar Guandique a suspect that they tried to make him her previous phone friend while he was serving in the jail in 2004-2005.
The law enforcement officials said that the affidavit says that the illegal immigrant Ingmar Guandique has admitted his crime in front of the police. However, the defense lawyers say that their client was forced to do so. Santha Sonenberg and Maria Hawilo said in their statements that the flawed investigation which is characterized by many flaws and missteps of the Metropolitan Police Department will not end with the simple assurance of an arrest warrant against Ingmar Guandique.
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