Chandra Levy Killer Sentenced to 60 Years

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by CA357, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    This rat bastard is an illegal from El Salvador. I hope somebody in prison snuffs him like a match.

    WASHINGTON – The man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy nearly a decade ago has been sentenced to 60 years in prison.

    Ingmar Guandique was sentenced Friday. In November, a jury convicted Guandique of first-degree murder in Levy's 2001 disappearance and death, despite a lack of witnesses and no DNA evidence linking him to the crime.

    A District of Columbia Superior Court judge also rejected Guandique's request for a new trial.

    His lawyers had argued Guandique should be granted a new trial because jurors improperly shared notes in reaching a verdict. They also argued prosecutors improperly appealed to the jury's emotions and facts that weren't part of trial evidence in making a graphic closing argument.

    Read more: Man Gets 60 Years in Prison in Levy Slaying - FoxNews.com
     
  2. dog2000tj

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    Why? :confused: Wasn't this piece of shit here illegally? :mad:

    If I were running things this garbage would have gotten a stoning, followed by a hanging and then a firing squad within minutes of the jury verdict. I see no reason why we need to wast resources on him, send him back to wherever he came ... air dropped ... without a chute! :cool:
     

  3. Squirrel_Slayer

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    Hell, the tax payers have already fed and housed this filth for ten years, why do it for a further 60? If the country is in such a state of poor economy, I believe that it'd be far cheaper to take the perps out back, line up ten men with rifles, nine with blanks and one with a live round, and you alll what happens next.
     
  4. dunerunner

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    Glad they caught him, hope it was him. The fact that they convicted without any witnesses or DNA evidence linking him to the crime scene bothers me.

    Maybe they will have more information later, I feel for the family that it has taken this long for justice to be brought to this case.
     
  5. Dillinger

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    My thoughts exactly. Especially since she was an intern for the Feds, but had allegedly had an affair with Gary "Sure you can search my apartment, just let me throw this stuff out first" Condit. :mad:

    I am not so sure this is the guy to be perfectly honest. Maybe he had a part in it, at best, but I don't think he is "THE GUY".
     
  6. cpttango30

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    BS Her killer is still walking around a free man in DC.

    Gary"I bang young chicks" Condit.

    It is a bunch of BS and everyone knows it and no one will do anything about it because if they do they will end up just like her.

    Dude should be put on a damn stake and shot with a 22lr from 400 yards till he dies.
     
  7. Mack Bolan

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    Thats kind of what I've been thinking myself all along, too many unkowns.

    Movies like "No Way Out" and "The Package" dont help, even though they are just movies.
     
  8. bkt

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    You and me both.
     
  9. CA357

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    Yeah, there's always the possibility of getting the wrong man. However this scumbag was doing similar crimes at the same location during the same time period. I strongly dislike Condit, but I think they got the right guy.
     
  10. Murfdog

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    +1 Just because there was no DNA does not mean he did'nt do it.DC is a very far left liberal area so if the jury found him guilty then guilty he is.If he was not here illegally he would not have been found guilty.So F--k him let's hope he dies early in prison!


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  11. Dillinger

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    That's a double edged sword. Saying: "If he wasn't here illegally, he wouldn't have been charged" is all fine and good, until you cool down a bit and look at the evidence.

    Being illegal is one of the easiest things to rely upon when setting a guy up. What did it take, 9 years to bring charges and than another half year to bring this guy to "justice"?

    Really?!?!?

    Think about that for a minute. Just pause as a forward thinking American and think.

    This is an illegal immigrant that was allegedly commiting similiar crimes?? For 9 years, but the guy in question is now 27?! So at the tender age of 18 not only did he cross several borders, but he had enough of a degree in criminal science to avoid detection by local and federal authorites!??!

    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot over!? :eek:

    Either this is the smartest, most gifted, "still illegal" immigrant on the planet, or something isn't quite right.

    Why would someone "that gifted" at getting away with crime not be able to get accurate ID and make himself a "legal" immigrant?

    At the age of 18 he is so smart he can get away with killing a FBC Intern, which you know full well had EVERYONE with a badge looking for the guy. But he can just slip by and yet isn't smart enough to leave the area, change his M.O. or alter his signature?!

    That doesn't strike ANYONE as odd??? :confused:
     
  12. Murfdog

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    Nobody siad he was smart also without documents it's easyer to hide.They can railroad him to court be the jury is has the last say.




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  13. Dillinger

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    But he was "dumb" enough to evade a Federal Investigation, a HUGE reward for information leading to the capture of the killer and it took NINE years with some of the best forensics and criminal studies in the world to find the "killer" of this girl that just "happened' to be having an affair with an up and coming political candidate??

    Really??!

    That makes sense to you?
     
  14. Murfdog

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    Well?Maybe I got a little jealous. Guess we may never know the truth.

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  15. CA357

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    JD, I will concede that your theory is a definite possibility. We all know how corrupt Washington is.

    We also know that even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.

    The guy really could have slipped through the cracks. Not because of a conspiracy, but because sometimes it just happens.
     
  16. eaglesnester

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    Shranda Levi

    The scumbag should of got the needle instead of life.:mad: