Police plan an arrest in the case of murdered 24-year-old Chandra Levy.
Wired PR News – Eight years after the disappearance and murder of former US Bureau of Prisons intern Chandra Levy, reports have surfaced about a possible break in the case. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), an arrest has been planned for 27 year-old California inmate Ingmar Guandique in connection to Levy’s death.
The case first became a global media sensation after the revelation of an affair between Levy and congressman Gary Condit. Condit was questioned by authorities after Levy’s disappearance in 2001. The 24-year-old’s body was found a year after she disappeared.
The news of a possible break in the murder case of her daughter has reportedly brought minimal comfort to Levy’s mother Susan Levy. The grief stricken mother is quoted in the AP report as stating, “This helps a little… But we still don’t have our daughter and we have a life sentence without her. Grief is like a marathon. You don’t get over it. It recycles itself.”
The parents of Chandra Levy founded the nonprofit group Wings of Protection in 2002 for families of victims of violent crime who have disappeared.