Ingmar Guandique charged for murdering Chandra Levy

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November 23, 2010 09:53

 
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Ingmar Guandique was found guilty on Monday night for murdering Washington intern Chandra Levy.

Guandique will face 30 years to life in prison, after attacking Levy while she jogged in the US capital's Rock Creek Park.

Levy, 24, disappeared in 2001, and her remains were found over a year later in Washington D.C. Her disappearance gained media attention when then-Congressman Gary Condit became the primary suspect in the case, after being romantically linked to Levy.

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