Man once charged with killing Chandra Levy deported to El Salvador

Patrice Gainsbourg
Mai 9, 2017

An immigration judge issued Guandique a final order of removal on March 3, clearing the way for ICE to remove him to El Salvador. That man testified that Guandique confessed to him that he killed Levy. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials said Guandique was flown Friday, May 5, 2017, to San Salvador and transferred to authorities there.

The illegal immigrant convicted of killing DC intern Chandra Levy - who then had his verdict overturned - has been deported back to El Salvador, officials said Monday. Her case made national headlines when it emerged that she had been romantically linked to then-U.S. Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif.

Police questioned Condit about her whereabouts but said he was never a suspect.

ICE added that Guandique, 35, is a documented member of the infamous MS-13 gang.

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To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. The development came almost a year after prosecutors dropped all charges against him in connection to the 2001 murder of Levy, an intern with the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Levy's skull was found on May 22, 2002, in Washington's Rock Creek Park, the same park where Guandique had assaulted the other two women. Guandique's defense lawyers argued Morales' testimony was unreliable and that there was no physical evidence linking Guandique to the the murder.

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia said that it believed it could no longer prove the murder case against Guandique "beyond a reason doubt".

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