Chandra Levy: An American Murder Mystery
Chandra Levy, 24, became the second most famous intern in Washington D.C. history when she went missing in 2001, and police soon learned she'd been having an affair with then-Congressman Gary Condit. Her skeletal remains were found in a park one year later, and after Condit was cleared of any responsibility, the investigation went cold.
Then in 2010, it appeared like Levy's family would finally have some closure — an undocumented immigrant from El Salvador named Ingmar Guandique, who had attacked two other women at the same park, was convicted of the crime. When it was revealed that the jailhouse informant had lied in his damning testimony of Guandique's guilt, the conviction was overturned and in 2016, prosecutors admitted they did not have enough evidence to pursue a retrial.
That means Levy's murder is once again unsolved; the new TLC docuseries, Chandra Levy: An American Murder Mystery, revisits the 16-year-old case and the latest efforts to get her justice.