Frontpage: One of the issues in the recent Virginia election was the Salvadoran MS-13 gang which thrives in the state, practically outnumbering the police in some counties. MS-13 is not a new arrival in the region, and one of its members, Ingmar Guandique, is the only person ever convicted for the murder of Chandra Levy of Modesto, California.
In 2001, the University of Southern California graduate, 24, was living in Washington and working as an intern at the federal Bureau of Prisons. On May 1, 2001, Levy disappeared without a trace. Fingers quickly pointed at congressman Gary Condit, 53, a Modesto Democrat with whom Levy was allegedly having an affair. As it happened, such presumption of guilt toward politicians was a legacy of the Clinton Era.
Bill Clinton, the Harvey Weinstein of his time, used his power to leverage Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and many others. Broaddrick claimed Clinton raped her, and that Hillary, supposedly an advocate for women, sought to silence her and other victims. President Clinton found willing women on his staff and did indeed have sex with “that woman,” Monica Lewinsky. The Clinton conquests made politicians the prime suspect in anything involving a young, attractive intern such as Chandra Levy.
Connie Chung of ABC news asked Condit if he had anything to do with Levy’s disappearance. “No, I didn’t,” the congressman said. Chung then asked him straight up if he killed Chandra Levy, and Condit answered, “No, I did not.” The police brought no charges against him.
After Levy’s disappearance, police searched Rock Creek Park, where Levy liked to run, but found nothing. On May 22, 2002, a man walking his dog in the park found Levy’s skull, and some of her clothing also turned up.
That same year, Ingmar Guandique, the illegal immigrant criminal from El Salvador, pleaded guilty to attacks on two female joggers in that same park but nobody connected the dots to the Levy murder. Guandique drew a sentence of 10 years and reportedly told other convicts he had killed Levy. more here