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Levy trial testimony on home, accounts

After hearing the stoic testimony of Chandra Levy's father early Tuesday afternoon, the jury in the trial of the man accused of killing the 24-year-old federal intern in 2001 heard some of the more prosaic elements of the government's case against Ingmar Guandique.

No physical evidence ties Guandique to Levy's slaying, and prosecutors are trying to close the door on alternative theories of how, when and where she might have been killed.

So it was that Diane Mathis, an employee of the bank where Levy had her checking account, USAAA Federal Savings Bank, was called to testify that Levy's account showed no other activity, aside from automatic debits, after April 30, the day before she disappeared.

After Mathis's testimony, D.C. police officer Charles Egan, a specialist in evidence collection, described in detail his May 10, 2001, examination of Levy's apartment. Lead prosecutor Amanda Haines presented a diagram Egan had drawn of the apartment and photographs he had taken of its interior.

Egan testified that investigators found jewelry and credit cards, as well as Levy's Sony laptop and Samsung phone -- indications, perhaps, that Levy had not gone very far or planned to do very much while she away. Egan said they did not find a house key.

The trial, before Judge Gerald I. Fisher, is scheduled to resume at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.

-- Henri E. Cauvin

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By Washington Post Editors  | October 26, 2010; 5:26 PM ET
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Comments is where you will find "The Condit Transcript," a report I made in 1977 to my boss, which he counter-signed and was sealed. This was after I'd witnessed them (plural) dispose of a "Sexual Political Embarrassment" at their Ipswitch flat in UK. While I was in US Army MI as an enlisted man and utilized as an espionage operative under the Dir. Ops, CIA.
When the Chandra case broke in 2001, I recognized Condit on TV right away, even though, at first, he wouldn't speak out loud.
I called, faxed, wrote and everything the DC PD with that M.O. (Dismembered body, parts missing [souvenirs], soft parts flushed down the toilet, well bled through the bathtub drain, head kept for a while as a sex toy, then smashed, the eyes poked out, feet tied with underwear - They ENJOY what they do & get Police and Political support - That's how Condit found a patsy in advance, Guandique, from government data bases, I am sure.)
I told them this and more IN ADVANCE of Chandra's body being found just like that in plastic trash bags, having been transported & dumped by way of car trunk..
Can you convince me Grandique raped & killed her, had the foresight to bring black trash bags and such tools, dismembered her, and hauled them up to the top of a valley from the jogging trails? Even the Prosecutors now say she was killed elsewhere and the remains dumped there.
Condit and a love affair? No, there are reports that Chandra worked for DC "Madam" Deborah Palfrey & please note that both she & Brandy Britton (See their 1977 photos on my website) recently "Hung themselves." How convenient.
To this day, authorities ignore me (But surveil me like crazy), - this travesty of Justice is merely to protect somebody or somebodies high-ranking. Grandique's own defense lawyers won't call nor subpeona me, even.
No wonder it's such a high-ranking cop testifying what he did, on Tuesday. for 1977 photos of Condit & I sharing a British Army barracks room in Duesseldorf. How the CIA figured he was going to infiltrate Congress with his "Services," and now you know why... It's so blackmailed by foreign & hostile powers.

Posted by: rickahyatt | October 26, 2010 9:42 PM | Report abuse

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