[Guest post by Aaron Worthing; send your tips here.]
Ingmar Guandique has been convicted of murdering Chandra Levy. You might remember that the world was obsessed with her disappearance in the summer of 2001. You can read the details, here.
And this seems at good at time as any to say that if Gary Condit is listening, I honestly believed you had a high probability of being involved in her murder. And for that I sincerely apologize. I don’t apologize for thinking you were sleeping with her, given that it is apparently true. But I do apologize for thinking you were likely to be involved in her murder.
And to the Levy family, I hope you can find peace.
Update: Michelle Malkin correctly notes an immigration angle to all of this.
Update (II): Tag teaming me in the comments DRJ and Jack S bring up some uncomfortable facts suggesting maybe I was being too kind on Condit, especially with this transcript of this classic interview with Connie Chung. Wholly apart from the merits of this case, lawyers should read this interview as a classic example of how to impeach a witness on cross examination. Really say what you will about the fall from grace of Connie Chung, but she did a great job with this one.
[Posted and authored by Aaron Worthing.]