Chandra Levy suspect imminent-apology to Gary Condit?

Washington police claim arrest in 8 year old Chandra Levy murder case any day.

San Francisco, CA (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–The Associated Press (AP) reported Saturday the parents of Chandra Levy, in Modesto, claim an arrest in her 8 year-old murder case is imminent. The United States federal government intern, Chandra Levy, went missing in 2001 and her remains were found in a D.C. park a year later.

Levy was found to be involved with Congressman Gary Condit who was linked, in the media, as having a possible connection in her disappearance. The political gossip ended Congressman Condit’s political career, and he was never a suspect by the Washington D.C. Police Department. Washington and California media reports state a judge issued a warrant for a Salvadoran immigrant and prison inmate who was convicted of attacking two female joggers in the park where Levy’s remains were found.

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San Francisco, CA (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–The Associated Press (AP) reported Saturday the parents of Chandra Levy, in Modesto, claim an arrest in her 8 year-old murder case is imminent. The United States federal government intern, Chandra Levy, went missing in 2001 and her remains were found in a D.C. park a year later.

Levy was found to be involved with Congressman Gary Condit who was linked, in the media, as having a possible connection in her disappearance. The political gossip ended Congressman Condit’s political career, and he was never a suspect by the Washington D.C. Police Department. Washington and California media reports state a judge issued a warrant for a Salvadoran immigrant and prison inmate who was convicted of attacking two female joggers in the park where Levy’s remains were found.

JusticeNewsFlash.com news for San Francisco criminal lawyers.

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