Who Killed Chandra Levy?
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The Faces of the Levy Case

Below are some of the individuals whose lives were changed by Levy's disappearance, including her parents, the detectives assigned to the case and alleged suspects.


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Chandra Levy,

an intern with the U.S. Bureau of Prisons who went missing on May 1, 2001, at the age of 24.

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Robert Levy,

Chandra's father, an oncologist based in Modesto, Calif.

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Susan Levy,

Chandra's mother, an artist.

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Linda Zamsky,

Chandra's aunt and confidant from Chesapeake City, Md.

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Gary Condit,

a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the Central Valley of California.

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Carolyn Condit,

the congressman's wife since 1967 and mother of their two children, Chad and Cadee.

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Ralph Durant,

the D.C. police detective from the 2nd District leading the investigation into Chandra's disappearance.

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Jack Barrett,

the D.C. police commander and chief of detectives who supervised the case.

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Charles H. Ramsey,

the chief of the D.C. police department during Chandra's disappearance.

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Terrance W. Gainer,

the executive assistant chief of the D.C. police and Ramsey's top deputy.

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Brad Garrett,

an FBI agent assigned to the case; his colleagues called him "Dr. Death" because of his successful track record in closing murder cases.

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Joe Green,

a detective with the U.S. Park Police.

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Abbe Lowell,

Gary Condit's attorney. Lowell had a reputation for representing powerful people.

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Billy Martin,

an attorney hired by the Levy family to monitor the police investigation. Martin was also known for his star-studded client list.

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Barbara Kittay,

an assistant U.S. attorney and a prosecutor on the case.

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Heidi Pasichow,

an assistant U.S. attorney and a supervisor of the case.

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Elisa Poteat,

an assistant U.S. attorney who was later assigned to the case.

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Ingmar Guandique,

an immigrant from El Salvador who crossed the border from Mexico into the United States with the help of a "coyote" in 2000.

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