Condit Broke Off Friendship With Levy, Sources Say

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 Excerpt:
Washington, D.C. Rep. Gary Condit "broke off his close friendship" with missing intern
Chandra Levy only two days before she disappeared, the congressman told investigators,
according to Fox News Channel police sources - and they'd never lie.

Condit, D-Calif., provided the new details about his relationship with Levy in a second,
hour-long interview with police Saturday, but stopped short of saying whether he and the
24-year-old had a romantic relationship, the sources said. Condit did, however, strongly hint
that the two had been lovers, the sources said.


From: sdt@home.com

Subject: Condit -- the movie

BC,
Have you seen "Suspect"?
It stars Cher & Dennis Quaid. Cher is a public defender and Quaid plays a DC lobbyist who
gets jury duty. It's got a dead intern who used to work for a tight-lipped congressman, bribes for
judicial appointments and investigators who aren't much interested in finding the real killer.

I thought it was a documentary.
--steve


 Quotes

 "Gary Condit hasn't been very forthcoming with the FBI about his involvement with his missing intern.
 Now it's been revealed that when Clinton was in trouble in '98 he wrote a letter to Newt Gingrich
 demanding that Bill Clinton come forward with full disclosure of what he had done.

 Only in Washington would a man alleged to have had an affair with an intern,
 condemn a man who had an affair with an intern,
 by writing a letter to a man who had an affair with a staffer."
   -- Jay Leno


From: Hactor@aol.com

Subject: Condit is not a suspect

BC,

The only reason the cops are saying that Condit is not a suspect is
because it has not been determined that a crime has been committed.
Can't have a suspect when there's "no crime".

It makes it easier for the cops to operate - folks talk a little easier when
they've not been told, "You're a suspect".  Well...uh,...it's easier unless the clown
(apologies to the clown profession) is to nervous to talk...because of..........somethin'....you know...

Keep it up (so to speak).

Love,
Hactor
 

Hactor, I have a hypothetical for you:

Let's say my wife is sick and lives 3,000 miles from me.
Let's say I have a young girl working for me.
One thing leads to another and she tells me she's pregnant.

I use my head, and say "That's great, Darling. Let's take a cruise and celebrate."
Once we get to sea I ask her to join me on the romantic deck at midnight.
Then, I throw her trouble-causing ass overboard when nobody is looking.
In seconds, she's gone forever.

Question: Has a crime been committed?

Thanks for the note.



 
 



 
 


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