Levy's family prepares for trial, not closure
The Levys had just finished a family vacation to Hershey, Pa. Robert Levy drove the rental car to Metro Center in the District, kissed his daughter, Chandra, on the head, said goodbye and headed to the airport with his wife.
It was the last time Robert and Susan Levy would ever see their only daughter.
A week later, about May 1, 2001, Chandra went missing. Ever since, Robert Levy has been haunted by a feeling he had that evening, a feeling that he didn't share with anyone.
"Something inside of me knew it was going to be the last time I ever saw her. I just wish I had done something. I wish I had said something," Levy said sitting next to Susan in their ranch-style home in the Central Valley of Northern California.
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Washington Post Editors
| October 17, 2010; 5:08 PM ET
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