Charges Dismissed in Chandra Levy Murder

A man once convicted of the murder of Washington, D.C., intern Chandra Levy will not be retried, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia said Thursday.
3:00 | 07/29/16

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When move on now to an astounding turn of events in the murder case a former Washington DC intern Chandra Levy prosecutors have dropped all charges against the man convicted of killing her. My remember Levy disappeared in May of 2001 her remains aware than found in a Washington park the following year. Former congressman Gary Condit was romantically linked with her but he was cleared in the case. And six years ago an immigrant from El Salvador was convicted of Levy's murder and sentenced to sixty years. Today her mother reacted with amazement at the turn around. I'm is still in shock. And I wish is that the right person who ever did but did they did to my daughter we get answers. But charges against him now drop in mark one deep will be released immigration authorities he faces deportation. The prosecutors aren't elaborating on what exactly caused them to doubt their case.

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