Homicide Investigation - Chandra Ann Levy
Tue Apr 10, 2007 20:57

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Subject: Chandra Levy
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 18:31:51 -0400
From: Crystal Cabot - crystal.cabot@gmail.com
To: apfn@apfn.org

This case has always struck my heart personally. I am writing to say that I think the detectives are now on to something.

I don't care if you think I'm crazy, but I pray all the time, and I believe Chandra knew her killer (as merely an acquaintance). This new story with the Washington DC Madam may uncover the very innocence of Chandra, and the innocence of the Senator she was involved with. Somebody wanted her, and because she said, "no" she was brutally murdered. She may not be the only one who was murdered. This murderer may strike again, and Chandra herself is in Heaven now, hoping we can catch him, and the evil web he continues to be involved with.

She was deemed immoral because of her involvement with a Senator, but she was no hooker. She and the Senator were both victims of a much larger game.

She is still in my prayers, as are the Senator and his family.

New Clues in Chandra Levy Murder?
Inside Edition, NY - Apr 9, 2007
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Homicide Investigation - Chandra Ann Levy
Subject: Chandra Levy's disappearance Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005

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Chandra Levy was the pretty Washington intern whose disappearance in the summer of 2001 gripped the nation, fueled by speculation that she was having an affair with former Congressman Gary Condit.

Chandra's murder has never been solved and police have repeatedly said Condit was never a suspect.

Six years after her disappearance, police are examining a possible link between Chandra Levy's murder and the recent arrest of a DC Madam, whose little black book contains the names of 10,000 men.

Former DC homicide detective Rod Wheeler was the first person to link the two cases. He says the men on the madam's list were on the lookout for young women and would have crossed paths with Chandra where she worked in Capitol Hill's corridors of power.

"The guy who committed this murder is still out there," Wheeler said. "I believe that individual is on this list of 10,000 names.

A prominent private investigator, Wheeler downloaded the phone numbers from the alleged Beltway madam's little black book off her website, and began running them through his search engines. He says even though he doesn't yet know all the names on the list, he was able to trace several of the phone numbers close to where the body was found.

The alleged madam, Deborah Palfrey, has since pleaded not guilty, but Wheeler says her list is of special interest because many of the girls working for the so-called Beltway madam, were young, college educated, and from well-to-do backgrounds, much like Chandra Levy.

Wheeler said that there is no reason to think that Chandra was a call girl, but that she "fits the profile of the women that worked for the call girl service."

What it does mean, according to Wheeler, is that the wealthy, powerful men in the alleged madam's black book are exactly the kind of men that would have been drawn to Chandra.

Veteran homicide detective Dwayne Stanton was hired by Chandra's parents when their daughter went missing. Stanton and Wheeler, both former homicide detectives, are now working together following up on the numbers in the little black book.

Chandra's parents told INSIDE EDITION they want police to follow up on these new leads. "Go for it," they said. "Find out who was involved, for the protection of all women."

Now more than 5 years after her disappearance, these P.I.s are determined to solve the Chandra Levy murder mystery, and if the killer really is hiding in the pages of the accused Beltway Madame's little black book, it could shake Washington, DC. to its very core.


Execution Eye Witness

Note: Susan Carlson was a friend of Chandra Levy!
Execution Eye Witness - Susan Carlson, Media Witness: 4 min. 27 sec.
"he appeared to be still breathing or what appeared to be shallow
breathing, even after being pronounced dead and his eyes remained open".
(Windows Media Player) - See and hear this first!
Execution Eye Witness

Jim Rarey jimrarey@provide.net
Tue Jul 31 11:39:38 2001

By Jim Rarey

July 31, 2001


This writer has been challenged by several subscribers to provide more
information on which the scenario was based in the Medium Rare article of July
26th (Condit’s Rock and a Hard Place). In that article it was postulated that
Chandra Levi may have come into possession of information that made her
dangerous to powerful people, not necessarily Gary Condit, that required her

Consequently, please bear with us while we "build the case."

It appears obvious that Chandra is (was) a bright inquisitive girl and young
woman with a penchant for intrigue.

In high school Chandra joined the Explorer Scouts police program where she
sometimes worked undercover to catch retailers selling alcohol to minors. She
was also a writer for the school newspaper.

After her 1995 high school graduation she spent four years at San Francisco
State University majoring in journalism with a minor in criminal justice. She
entered the graduate program at the University of Southern California (USC)
working toward, and earning, a masters degree in public administration.

The USC program required a number of internships in lieu of a dissertation,
which Chandra fulfilled with a vengeance.

An in depth article by Washington Times writer Frank J. Murray, entitled "Who
is Chandra Levy," outlines an extensive and curious convergence with the
Condit family.

>From August 1998 to August 1999 she was an editorial assistant in the sports
department of the Modesto Bee newspaper, a part of a newspaper chain including
the Sacramento Bee which is a left leaning partisan supporter of California

Overlapping that internship was a stint at the Modesto police department where
she worked as a clerk. Condit’s older brother is a Modesto police officer who
was demoted in rank stemming from unauthorized purchases and disposal of
firearms from the police inventory of confiscated weapons.

During the period she was with the police department, Chandra, then 22, had a
year-long affair with another police officer Mark Steele, ten years her senior.
Steele, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, said Chandra took it hard
when he broke off the relationship and continued to pursue him. Steel is no
longer with the department.

For three months in 1999, ending in December, Chandra interned in the lobbying
office of Republican Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan.

>From February to June 2000 she interned on the legal staff of Democrat Governor
Gray Davis. Two of Gary Condit’s offspring were also on Davis’ staff at that
time. Son Chad was the governor’s liaison to the Central Valley at a starting
salary of $95,234 a year. Daughter Cadee made $30,000 a year as a Davis press
aide. It is not known if Chandra knew or even met Condit’s daughter and son.

In October of 2000 Chandra started her intern job at the Bureau of Prisons in
Washington, D.C. According to Murray’s article, "Her job at the Bureau of
Prisons information office required her to do Internet searches and scan
newspapers to prepare daily news summaries, answer telephone calls and mail, and
help with special projects. In one, she coordinated media attendance at planning
sessions for the execution of Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh." (Emphasis

According to a Washington Post story, Chandra’s duties also included researching
Bureau of Prison records.

In an earlier article, this writer had speculated that Chandra, during her
research, may have come across evidence supporting allegations made on the
Internet that Dr. Louis Jolyn (Jolly) West had visited McVeigh in prison a
number of times. One such article asserted the number of visits was seventeen.

Dr. West (since conveniently deceased) was deeply involved in mind control
experiments with ties to the CIA. At one time West had tried to set up a
department at UCLA, where he was a professor, involving melting of brain
synapses to control the subjects’ minds. These rumors had fostered the belief in
some that McVeigh was indeed a "Manchurian Candidate" programmed for the
Oklahoma bombing. McVeigh at one time claimed that a microchip had been
implanted in him while in the service.

It is entirely reasonable to suggest that Chandra may have uncovered such
evidence during her search of bureau records. If she let the wrong person,
including Condit, know she had that evidence, she may have signed her own death

In the writer’s last article, it was also suggested that the intelligence
community might be trying to divert attention from Condit to relieve pressure on
him from some damaging disclosure he could make.

Supporting that suspicion is one fact of which knowledgable readers will
immediately grasp the significance. The FBI’s lead investigator on the Levy case
is one Bradley J. Garrett. According to author and investigative reporter Todd
Fahey, who specializes in intelligence affairs, Garrett was the FBI’s lead
investigator in the murder of intern Mary Caitlan Mahoney at a Georgetown
Starbucks coffeeshop as well as the "suicide" of White House Counsel Vince

If there is a diversion or cover-up in progress, this writer does not believe it
is to save Gary Condit. It most surely would be to hide a much larger issue with
national security implications.

Permission is granted to reproduce this article in its entirety.

The author is a free lance writer based in Romulus, Michigan. He is a former
newspaper editor and investigative reporter, a retired customs administrator and
accountant, and a student of history and the U.S. Constitution.

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