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Old 10-05-2004, 11:55 PM
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Condit v. Dunne continues, an update.

This is Condit v. Dunne related, but it is really about the Chandra Levy case. There has been an update in the Condit v. Dunne civil suit.

This has been the only report I have seen about this news. Of course we do have it at www.justiceforchandra.com where I first read it.

>>>from www.nypost.com (fair use)

http://www.nypost.com/gossip/pagesix.htm

October 4, 2004 -- <<<

>>>Lin Wood, the lawyer for former California Congressman Condit, spent two days this week questioning Dunne under oath in Condit's defamation suit against the Vanity Fair diarist. The two-day grilling was
videotaped, and Wood is preparing arguments for the
tapes to be made public.<<<

Dunne's attorney, Paul LiCalsi, did not do so well questioning Condit last Monday. Both sides seem to want to display the results of their questioning.

>>>The main issue, LiCalsi said, will be his motion "to
force Mr. Condit to anwer questions" about his
relationship with Chandra Levy. "It turned out to be a
very frustrating day," LiCalsi said. "He refused to
answer on a claim of privilege, which has no merit."<<<

So the drama continues. There should be some followup news on the depositions being made. I have not seen any yet. Read the whole article.

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Old 10-13-2004, 07:04 PM
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Hello, I will post here rather than at the Chandra Levy cold case topic. Maybe this will interest someone.

We have a new topic now at www.justiceforchandra.com. It is called "In Defense of Dominick Dunne: For His Legal Counsel."

Condit of course is suing Dominick Dunne, and some of us at the Chandra site have decided to comment. We are looking for the truth. I hope we find it, or "someone" finds it.

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Chandra's Parents

I always felt that the Levy parents weren't playing with a full deck. At the time of Chandra's disappearance, TV stations kept playing a home movie of Chandra where you can hear her say, "I'll tell you in 5 years," re her boyfriend. As a mother (which I am not), I would have known immediately that my daughter was involved with a married man. Instantly. And the father saying, "We don't want to ruin anyone's career." If it was me, I'd have the cops all over Condit.

Now his career is over and he can't get a job. Why? Because people think he's guilty. I think he's as guilty as sin. They should have arrested him.

Chandra was a bright but naive girl who wanted to become a spook for the FBI. There's a little bit of playing with fire here. Why would she meet someone with only having her apartment keys, in a secluded area such as a park? It had to be to meet with someone she trusted.

I think the Levy's were well off. They should have hired a private investigator immediately. Now Condit feels comfortable suing publications that more or less implied he was the killer. It's his only alternative, as he's incapable of making a living.

Also, I could never see what these women saw in him. He's got that phony smile. He's wrinkled beyond his years. He looks like a skeleton. I'll never forget watching TV and one half of the screen showing rescuers going throught that park and the other half of the screen had Condit in Congress. It was really compelling. I bet Condit didn't even know he was on TV all day until later.

I read this once -- that Condit never missed a vote in all his years in Congress. But on the day Chandra Levy went missing, he supposedly missed 3 votes. Does anyone remember that?

And his phony kids on Larry King. They worked for Gray Davis, whom the people of California threw out as Governor.

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Old 01-02-2005, 05:06 PM
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I always felt that the Levy parents weren't playing with a full deck. At the time of Chandra's disappearance, TV stations kept playing a home movie of Chandra where you can hear her say, "I'll tell you in 5 years," re her boyfriend. As a mother (which I am not), I would have known immediately that my daughter was involved with a married man. Instantly. And the father saying, "We don't want to ruin anyone's career." If it was me, I'd have the cops all over Condit.

Now his career is over and he can't get a job. Why? Because people think he's guilty. I think he's as guilty as sin. They should have arrested him.

Chandra was a bright but naive girl who wanted to become a spook for the FBI. There's a little bit of playing with fire here. Why would she meet someone with only having her apartment keys, in a secluded area such as a park? It had to be to meet with someone she trusted.

I think the Levy's were well off. They should have hired a private investigator immediately. Now Condit feels comfortable suing publications that more or less implied he was the killer. It's his only alternative, as he's incapable of making a living.

Also, I could never see what these women saw in him. He's got that phony smile. He's wrinkled beyond his years. He looks like a skeleton. I'll never forget watching TV and one half of the screen showing rescuers going throught that park and the other half of the screen had Condit in Congress. It was really compelling. I bet Condit didn't even know he was on TV all day until later.

I read this once -- that Condit never missed a vote in all his years in Congress. But on the day Chandra Levy went missing, he supposedly missed 3 votes. Does anyone remember that?

And his phony kids on Larry King. They worked for Gray Davis, whom the people of California threw out as Governor.

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hi kathy! i agree with you about sleazy condit, but i would like to set the record straight on former govener gray davis.

ennron was bilking the state of california for millions of dollars. davis, though far from perfect, accused ennron and to my surprise and respect, followed through and helped bring down the energy giant.

davis = domocrat, ennron = republican (follow the money trail)
republicans pissed at davis, vow revenge. start recall
hire arnie to run against davis. arnie's can't loose campaign , "it's for the children" and "trust me" slogans along with his charismic personality and californias ruined (along with the whole U.S.) economy ( due to the collaspe of silicon valley and 911) make davis an easy scape goat.
http://www.sonoran-sunsets.com/california.html political corruption at its finest, oughta be a law against this.

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Old 01-02-2005, 10:48 PM
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Chandra was hanging out with spooks (FBI, etc.) Whoever killed her knew exactly what to do with her and kept her body from being discovered for over a year. The WTC happened and we forgot about Chandra Levy.

I said it before: she was playing with fire. Maybe her death was a way to get at Condit. To embarrass him and see him lose his seat. He might have crossed somebody.

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Old 01-09-2005, 12:44 PM
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Lex, this is a little off topic, but I think you are misinformed on Gray Davis. The energy problem in CA was a lot more complicated than you imply. Partial utility deregulation meant prices utility companies could charge were capped, but as wholesale energy prices increased (AND THE UTILITIES HAD SOLD OFF MOST OF THEIR GENERATING PLANTS), the utilities were squeezed and PG&E was declared bankrupt.

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But in their haste to cash out, SoCalEd and PG&E made some critical miscalculations. Most important was their assumption that there would always be a surplus of cheap wholesale electricity. So they sold off too much of their generating capacity and had too little of their own supply at a time when rates were still frozen. Then came a hot summer and a cold winter. Natural-gas prices shot up. Some key generators went down. Storms knocked out transmission lines. The nukes had problems. The utilities found themselves at the mercy of independent producers who'd snapped up generating capacity and could manipulate the wholesale market. Having dismantled key efficiency programs, the utilities now realized that their customers, buying power at fixed costs, had little incentive to conserve. So demand quickly outstripped cheap wholesale supply, which now spiked up at the whim of those with power to sell. PG&E and SoCalEd became wounded, bleeding whales at the mercy of sharks they could not control.
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For California's electricity crisis might have been alleviated at a stroke: a stroke of the governor's pen. By allowing the utilities to raise their prices in line with their higher costs and to buy electricity under much cheaper, long-term contracts, Davis could have calmed the whole crisis and saved his taxpayers billions of dollars. He chose not to.
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However, Davis is playing fast and loose with the real facts of his relationship with Enron. For example, according to the Sacramento Bee, Davis has received $119,500 in campaign donations from Enron, including $42,500 since becoming governor. Davis openly stated that he would not return the Enron money.
In 1999, only months before the California energy crisis, Davis led a $200,000 trade trip to Europe for Enron. Davis traveled at California taxpayer expense with his wife for two weeks in Europe and finally in ancient Greece, lobbying on behalf of Enron for the Greek Wind Project.
Now back to Condit! I truly believe he knows more about Chandra Levy than he is willing to tell. Whether he was personally responsible, I guess we'll never know, but I certainly believe he knows what happened and who did it.

The keystone cops from the Washington DC PD didn't help either. First they refused to declare her missing or investigate for a week or two after her parents became concerned. Then they obviously didn't thoroughly search the park where her body was ultimately found. Then they didn't issue a warrant or search Condits apartment until months later.

Certainly makes me question who in Congress got to them and their dumb chief with a little pressure to not look too closely? Keep in mind that DC gets all its funding from where? CONGRESS!!
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Old 01-11-2005, 07:59 AM
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Haven't rad this whole thread but I just wanted to react to the showing this morning on the TODAY show of portions of the deposition by Gary Condit. In it, he denied that his relationship with Chandra was romantic or sexual! His eyes shifted and he would briefly look down when telling these, IMO, LIES.

What scum.
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Old 01-11-2005, 11:45 AM
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I saw that lisa. What an effing liar he is! I hope Dunne has enough information to prove him the liar and scum he truly is.
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Old 01-11-2005, 06:16 PM
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thanks pepper for the info! i will delve into this more when i have time. alot of corruption in those dealings, that's for sure.
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Old 01-13-2005, 08:14 AM
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I'm so glad this thread still exists! Chandra was my first real obsession over a case, and I wish something would break with Condit, the louse!

At any rate, I came across this transcript from a show Dan Abrams did on Tuesday night about the case:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6817768/

'The Abrams Report' for Jan. 11

Read the transcript to the 6 p.m. ET show
Updated: 1:46 p.m. ET Jan. 12, 2005


ABRAMS: Hi everyone. Former congressman Gary Condit denies under oath that he ever had a quote—“romantic relationship” with former Washington intern Chandra Levy. Remember this case was all over the headlines for months as family, friends, authorities franticly searched for Chandra after she was reported missing from a Washington, D.C. apartment.

Then, over a year after she disappeared, as the investigation seemed to have come to a dead end, her body found in a local park about four miles away from her home. But still, no suspects announced, and seemingly to this day, no breaks in the case. Former Congressman Gary Condit‘s name constantly associated with the case. Some of the tabloids even suggested he may have been involved even though it now seems there was no evidence to support that and many of them have settled lawsuits filed by Condit.

Nevertheless, there was a distinct impression from Levy‘s aunt and the questions Condit would not answer that he and Chandra had been more than just friends. In a moment we discuss whether Gary Condit got a raw deal on the whole in this whole case. But first now nearly four years after her disappearance, an exclusive deposition tapes obtained by NBC News, Gary Condit provides his side of the story. The tapes are sections from a deposition in an $11 million defamation suit Condit has filed against well-known author Dominick Dunne over some of his reporting in the Levy case.

Katie Couric has the story. . .

~~~More at Link~~~

Note: For some unknown reason, the transcriber of this piece put "Unidentified Male" instead of "Gary Condit" - so it is sort of confusing, but that is who is speaking.

I am frustrated that it sounds as if Condit is off the hook! That just isn't right, when he was involved with her and she had told her aunt about him!
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Old 01-13-2005, 10:36 PM
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I have not forgotten--Gary Condit's rotten!
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I'm so glad this thread still exists! Chandra was my first real obsession over a case, and I wish something would break with Condit, the louse!

At any rate, I came across this transcript from a show Dan Abrams did on Tuesday night about the case:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6817768/

'The Abrams Report' for Jan. 11

Read the transcript to the 6 p.m. ET show
Updated: 1:46 p.m. ET Jan. 12, 2005


ABRAMS: Hi everyone. Former congressman Gary Condit denies under oath that he ever had a quote—“romantic relationship” with former Washington intern Chandra Levy. Remember this case was all over the headlines for months as family, friends, authorities franticly searched for Chandra after she was reported missing from a Washington, D.C. apartment.

Then, over a year after she disappeared, as the investigation seemed to have come to a dead end, her body found in a local park about four miles away from her home. But still, no suspects announced, and seemingly to this day, no breaks in the case. Former Congressman Gary Condit‘s name constantly associated with the case. Some of the tabloids even suggested he may have been involved even though it now seems there was no evidence to support that and many of them have settled lawsuits filed by Condit.

Nevertheless, there was a distinct impression from Levy‘s aunt and the questions Condit would not answer that he and Chandra had been more than just friends. In a moment we discuss whether Gary Condit got a raw deal on the whole in this whole case. But first now nearly four years after her disappearance, an exclusive deposition tapes obtained by NBC News, Gary Condit provides his side of the story. The tapes are sections from a deposition in an $11 million defamation suit Condit has filed against well-known author Dominick Dunne over some of his reporting in the Levy case.

Katie Couric has the story. . .

~~~More at Link~~~

Note: For some unknown reason, the transcriber of this piece put "Unidentified Male" instead of "Gary Condit" - so it is sort of confusing, but that is who is speaking.

I am frustrated that it sounds as if Condit is off the hook! That just isn't right, when he was involved with her and she had told her aunt about him!
I was under the impression, he finally fessed up the LE, after they questioned him for the fourth time? What gives?
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Old 01-14-2005, 12:02 AM
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Sprocket, ask D. Dunne what he thinks and maybe he fill you in on the lawsuit. Chandra was my first obsessive forum too, oh, the old Modbee days, what a wild forum before they shut it down. By accident ran into woman from Modesto today who thought it was terrible what media did to Condit, saying he did nothing wrong, because he was a preacher's son - she also said Scott was innocent, enough said.
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Sprocket, ask D. Dunne what he thinks and maybe he fill you in on the lawsuit. Chandra was my first obsessive forum too, oh, the old Modbee days, what a wild forum before they shut it down. By accident ran into woman from Modesto today who thought it was terrible what media did to Condit, saying he did nothing wrong, because he was a preacher's son - she also said Scott was innocent, enough said.
Did you use to read the "Where'sChandra site, before the sponsors took it down? RD resurected it, lol!

You have to understand, that I don't have a "relationship" with Mr. Dunne, where I can just walk up to him, and ask him a bunch of questions about his legal troubles.
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Old 01-14-2005, 12:58 AM
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Does anyone know any updates on this case? It seems so unfair that the Levy's still haven't gotten justice for their daughter!
Hello River, I just began reading here tonight because I received a private message from Pepper, so after I replied to her message (hope I have that right) I began reading the messages here, and I saw the dates 1/11/2004. but I am a Chandra Levy case nut, so I thought I was reading 1/11/2005. Oh well, no matter, there are things going on in the Chandra Levy case, and much of what is going on seems to refer right back to the messages posted here.

Where I post most of the time, at www.justiceforchandra.com, we are watching with interest anything that we see about the Gary Condit v. Dominick Dunne civil lawsuit. In fact I saw the first hour of Dunnes new Court TV show at 8PM on Wednesday of last week. I did not get to watch his show this week. That is the same Dunne that Condit is suing.

Browse on over to www.justiceforchandra.com and maybe you can add something to the discussion there. As I wrote to Pepper I am not advocating anyone changing websites, but I think we learn by looking at diffeerent missing person websites. Most of us are working with the same goal, to help resolve some of these cases, or if I have that wrong you can speak up and say so.

I guess that I misled some of the members at the Justice for Chandra website by saying that there was a lot of discussion at Websleuths about the Chandra Levy case. Well, there was, a year ago at least. Also, maybe I have something wrong here and you have another discussion forum about Chandra Levy. I will stop back tomorrow to see.

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Hello River, I just began reading here tonight because I received a private message from Pepper, so after I replied to her message (hope I have that right) I began reading the messages here, and I saw the dates 1/11/2004. but I am a Chandra Levy case nut, so I thought I was reading 1/11/2005. Oh well, no matter, there are things going on in the Chandra Levy case, and much of what is going on seems to refer right back to the messages posted here.

Where I post most of the time, at www.justiceforchandra.com, we are watching with interest anything that we see about the Gary Condit v. Dominick Dunne civil lawsuit. In fact I saw the first hour of Dunnes new Court TV show at 8PM on Wednesday of last week. I did not get to watch his show this week. That is the same Dunne that Condit is suing.

Browse on over to www.justiceforchandra.com and maybe you can add something to the discussion there. As I wrote to Pepper I am not advocating anyone changing websites, but I think we learn by looking at diffeerent missing person websites. Most of us are working with the same goal, to help resolve some of these cases, or if I have that wrong you can speak up and say so.

I guess that I misled some of the members at the Justice for Chandra website by saying that there was a lot of discussion at Websleuths about the Chandra Levy case. Well, there was, a year ago at least. Also, maybe I have something wrong here and you have another discussion forum about Chandra Levy. I will stop back tomorrow to see.

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RD put together a great site, after Where'sChandra bit the dust. Some of the great posters from that site, ended up at RD's. I've been meaning to buy his book, but the Blake trial has been pretty consuming. I'll have been in court, every day this week.

Dominick appears to be real nice.
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I have not posted here in a while. I think I posted here yesterday on an old forum about Chandra. It will be interesting to see what will come out of the Gary Condit v. Dominick Dunne civil suit. I have read that Condit has painted himself into a corner. It is obvious that he does not want to talk, or to give the truth, but the judge now has ordered him to answer some questions that Condit did not answer before in previous questioning. What will Condit do? Perils of Pauline, that oldtime weekly movie mystery serial where Pauline was often seen in the last episode of the weekly drama tied to a log and coming down a track with rollers on it towards the teeth of a fastly revolving saw used to cut the logs in two, and Pauline also, if something did not rescue her in about 30 seconds, which was always next week.

If Condit talks he might give out too much confidential information to please himself. I don't know what that might be, but we can all imagine. If Condit does not talk the judge is not going to be happy. Maybe the trial will get thrown out of court. It would seem that lawyer Lin Wood is going to want Condit to answer questions, as little as possible of course, but still to answer questions. Without questions being answered Lin Wood may not have a trial case to win. Not much money to be made that way.

Anyway Condit is in the corner. Will he come out fighting, or what will he do? Wait until next week. benn8
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Benn, you are certainly more up on this case than I, so maybe you can answer some questions I have.

It seems to me that Condit can't have it both ways. He can't protect his privacy by refusing to answer intimate and potentially embarassing questions while he is suing Dunne for slander!

Do you think there is a possibility that Dunne has hired some good PIs that may have uncovered information to point toward Condit as knowing more than he wants to admit in the Levy murder?

Do you think that there was any sort of conspiracy between the keystone kops of DC and one or more members of Congress to drag their feet a little and look the other way at the Levy disappearance in the beginning?

Just curious......
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Something new, or maybe not.

I hope that I am writing in the right place here. The recent issue of the tabloid, Globe, has a story about the Chandra Levy case. It sounds interesting, but time will tell. Retired FBI man, I don't know all of his titles, Ted Gunderson, is mentioned in the story. Why the Globe was getting information from him is not quite clear (to me at least) yet.

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Benn, you are certainly more up on this case than I, so maybe you can answer some questions I have.

It seems to me that Condit can't have it both ways. He can't protect his privacy by refusing to answer intimate and potentially embarassing questions while he is suing Dunne for slander!

Do you think there is a possibility that Dunne has hired some good PIs that may have uncovered information to point toward Condit as knowing more than he wants to admit in the Levy murder?

Do you think that there was any sort of conspiracy between the keystone kops of DC and one or more members of Congress to drag their feet a little and look the other way at the Levy disappearance in the beginning?

Just curious......
Pepper, sometimes I am not very good at answering. Somehow I missed your last message, or did not look at it closely. I will try to answer.

Well, things have happened since you wrote. We have not heard from the Dunne trial yet to see if Condit answered all of the questions the judge said he had to answer. It looks like he may have perjured himself, saying that Chandra was just a friend. I guess the court will tell us what happened, if Condit and Dunne do not make a secret agreement.

Did Dunne hire some PIs? I can only guess. The retired FBI man Ted Gunderson who is mentioned in a February Globe article as being involved in a Chandra Levy investigation is a licensed PI, so we can only guess how he became involved.

A conspiracy? I won't venture a guess on that. If you do an interenet search on Ted Gunderson you will come up with a lot of material. One thing Gunderson was involved in was getting out the suppressed video Conspiracy of Silence. I hope we hear some news from the Dunne trial soon.

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Just updating this thread a little.

Gary Condit was supposed to be questioned some more by Dominick Dunne's attorney this Monday, Feb. 6, but Condit told his own attorney, Lin Wood, that he was too sick to make it. So it looks like another date will have to be scheduled for Condit to be questioned by Dunne's attorney.

Maybe a logical or illogical question is will Condit really answer any more questions?

There are a lot of different forces coming together here. I expect more definite news about this trial in the near future.

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I heard on TV that there's a new grand jury. This is great news, if that's true.
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Just updating this thread a little.

Gary Condit was supposed to be questioned some more by Dominick Dunne's attorney this Monday, Feb. 6, but Condit told his own attorney, Lin Wood, that he was too sick to make it. So it looks like another date will have to be scheduled for Condit to be questioned by Dunne's attorney.

Maybe a logical or illogical question is will Condit really answer any more questions?

There are a lot of different forces coming together here. I expect more definite news about this trial in the near future.

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I hope this doesn't delay Dominick getting back here to cover the Blake trial. He was a great addition to the gallery.

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Just updating this thread a little.

Gary Condit was supposed to be questioned some more by Dominick Dunne's attorney this Monday, Feb. 6, but Condit told his own attorney, Lin Wood, that he was too sick to make it. So it looks like another date will have to be scheduled for Condit to be questioned by Dunne's attorney.



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Well, finally...something Condit and I agree on....he's sick!!!
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Hmmm

Have been reading the recent activity here on the thread.

I watched LKL last night, his guests were Candee and Chad Condit, Gary Condit's children. LK had pieces of the interview from the suit against D Dunne, obtained exclusively by CNN. Gary did look older, worried, and like he had been or was sick. I would sort of equate it to the Don Knotts verion of nervous anxiety, but more pulled together.

Gary had his body language down pat, we only saw from the midshoulder area up, not full body, and by body language I mean he looked directly at the questioner (never saw the questioner - but recognized Wood by voice of course) no eyes down for Condit. There were a couple of eyes down as he turned his head quickly a couple of times then turned his gaze back to his questioner, who we did not actually see.

Dominick held his own on questions by Wood. I do think Wood has met MORE than his match on this go a round.

On LK interview of the grown children, they kept the family finger POINTING at Dunne for CREATING the reason that Condit lost his government seat.

I don't hold much hope for Condit winning, time will tell.

Condit and the children kept referring to Dunne as having personally accused Condit of murder on TV. LK assured them that Dunne NEVER said it on his program.

Does anyone reading, remember or have a source for what the Condit's are saying, whose show or interview would have held that accusation IF there was one?

Chad had one good point that I caught and that was that the DC dropped the ball, seemingly having searched the park for Chandra, yet her body was found there ONE YEAR LATER!

Boy if I had been an alien that just dropped in to visit earth yesterday, I might believe a bit differently. But, since I saw the cams chasing Condit all over the place right after Chandra went missing and his evading them and treating them like nothing. I saw Condit's behavior less than that for a gentleman, and disrespectful for the family, for not at least stopping and avowing his innocence to the cameras at the very outset of this case.

Candee also referred to the ex girlfriend/watch thingie, as someone who just came forward for her few minutes of fame or something to that effect.

Candee last night when asked about Chandra's aunt having talked with Chandra about a love interest in government, Candee said she found that interesting, since when Gary had supposedly tried to help Chandra afer her job ended, Gary had suggested that perhaps she could move in with her aunt. The aunt by the way when Chandra visited with her had not YET married the Levy relative and was not really her aunt at that time.

Candee said she found it unbelievable because Chandra had responded to Gary about the moving in with the aunt with, 'No she did not get along with the aunt', or something to that effect and quite affirmative about it.

Anyone please post links to further info on the suit, I am not following this closely but very interested in the suit. I hope D Dunne gets something going on this.

About Condit's eyes last night I would at times call them being shifty, you could dang near see the wheels turning behind em.

I just hope that TRUTH prevails and something gets settled to help the Levy family.



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