Eight years later, it seems the mystery of Washington intern Chandra Levy’s murder might be solved, and it seems former Congressman Gary Condit is exonerated — cold comfort after his political career was wrecked as a side effect of the Levy investigation.


A jailed Salvadorean immigrant has been charged with the 2001 murder of US intern Chandra Levy, a case which gripped the nation.

US officials say Ingmar Guandique, 27, killed Ms Levy as she was jogging in a Washington park.

Guandique is serving 10 years in jail for attacking two women in the same park where Ms Levy’s body was found.

The unsolved case wrecked the career of politician Gary Condit who had been having a relationship with Ms Levy.

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