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Posted at 5:03 PM ET, 11/16/2010

Jury gets case in Chandra Levy's death

By Henri E. Cauvin

Jury deliberations in the case of Chandra Levy's death will begin Wednesday morning.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Gerald I. Fisher handed the case to the jury Tuesday afternoon.

Ingmar Guandique has been charged with killing Levy in May 2001.

By Henri E. Cauvin  | November 16, 2010; 5:03 PM ET
Categories:  Chandra Levy, From the Courthouse, Homicide, The District, Updates  
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If he's found guilty, I hope that he get's to die for his crimes.

Posted by: realneil | November 16, 2010 7:11 PM | Report abuse

Okay, let's not quickly settle for the "obvious" here. Let's take a less obvious approach instead. What if the congressman did kill Levy because perhaps she threatened to tell the golden little secret....which was their affair. Of course this would ruin his image and lets not forget about the perfect little wife. You see a man that has a history of these type of charges and think that it will be easy to just pin the blame on him. I'm sorry my friends, but I don't think evil will triumph in this case....and that's why it's such a hot topic. It would've been the perfect crime if Condit got away with this and we all know my friends....in this world, nothing's perfect!

Posted by: shereyh18 | November 17, 2010 9:47 AM | Report abuse

Okay, let's not quickly settle for the "obvious" here. Let's take a less obvious approach instead. What if the congressman did kill Levy because perhaps she threatened to tell the golden little secret....which was their affair. Of course this would ruin his image and lets not forget about the perfect little wife. You see a man that has a history of these type of charges and think that it will be easy to just pin the blame on him. I'm sorry my friends, but I don't think evil will triumph in this case....and that's why it's such a hot topic. It would've been the perfect crime if Condit got away with this and we all know my friends....in this world, nothing's perfect!

Posted by: shereyh18 | November 17, 2010 9:48 AM | Report abuse

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