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Levy death trial to resume

By Keith L. Alexander
Washington Post Editors

The Chandra Levy murder trial continues Wednesday after a three-day hiatus.

Prosecutors are expected to call a second cellmate of Ingmar Guandique to the stand as a witness in their murder case against Guandique, who is charged with killing Levy in 2001.

Guandique, 29, is charged with six counts including first-degree murder, attempted robbery and attempted sexual assault.

Guandique allegedly confessed to killing Levy to his cellmate.

Last week, prosecutors called another former cellmate of Guandique's to the stand. That witness also said Guandique told him that he killed Levy.

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By Keith L. Alexander  | November 10, 2010; 8:31 AM ET
Categories:  Chandra Levy, From the Courthouse, Homicide, Keith L. Alexander, The District, Updates  
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