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Chandra Levy Trial Set for Fourth Day of Testimony

Thursday, 28 Oct 2010 07:09 AM

 

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WASHINGTON — The first week of testimony in the Chandra Levy murder trial will finish up Thursday as the government continues to present its case against Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique (gwahn-DEE'-kay).

Guandique is charged with the murder and attempted sexual assault of Levy in 2001. The Washington intern's disappearance made national headlines after she had what prosecutors described as an extramarital affair with then-California Rep. Gary Condit. He was once the main suspect but police no longer believe he was involved.

Yet to testify is Condit himself. A police sergeant who led the investigation in its initial stages has testified that he believed to commanders developed "tunnel vision" and focused on Condit to the exclusion of anyone else.

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