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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Defense Lawyers for MS-13 Gangbanger Ingmar Guandique, in the Thug’s Retrial in the Chandra Levy (Rape-) Murder Case Go to Plan B—They’re Trying Pin the Guilt on Former Cong. Gary Condit, with a “Rough Sex” Fairy Tale

 

The victim: Chandra Levy never lived to see her 25th birthday. Her remains weren’t found until the following year.
 

Guandique wasn’t convicted of rape, because Levy’s corpse had decomposed too much to determine if she’d been raped, but rape was his thing.

The grieving mother: Susan Levy “read a letter sent by Condit's office, discussing the matter, in 2001.”
 

Her lover: At the time of Levy’s appearance, Gary Condit was a married congressman, who was having an affair with her
 

 

The defendant: Guandique, then 27, and now 34, who already pleaded guilty to attacking other attractive, shapely, white female joggers (at least one successfully fought him off) in Washington, D.C.’s Rock Creek Park, and had allegedly bragged to jail cellmates of having raped and murdered Chandra Levy, and was convicted of her murder in 2001, but his conviction was overturned last year. Note the neck prison tattoo, "Mara," on his neck. That's the beginning of "Mara Salvatrucha," better known as "MS-13," the most murderous gang in the Western Hemisphere, now safely ensconced in America, thanks to George W. Bush and the John doe calling himself "Barack Hussein Obama."
 

At the New York Daily News.

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1 comment:

mike said...

I don't think it was rough sex. I think it began with underage sex. Condit and Levy both from the same area, same circles. It wouldn't be difficult for someone in high office to find someone to fix a relationship gone bad before the next election.