D.C. police incompetence in Chandra Levy case beyond the beyond

In my discussion on Sunday of the impending arrest of Salvadoran illegal alien and federal prisoner Ingmar Guandique in the May 2001 murder of Chandra Levy in Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C., I quoted Steve Sailer’s quotation of the Washington Post’s detailed article on the case from last summer, including the accounts of Guandique’s attacks on two female joggers in Rock Creek Park, Halle Shilling and Christy Wiegand, for which he is now in prison. I hadn’t yet read the original Post article. Here is something from it that is beyond appalling:

Police and prosecutors told that victim, Halle Shilling, they were focusing their attention on Guandique. Shilling told The Post that new prosecutors and detectives apologized to her because the original investigators on the Levy case had never interviewed her.

Levy’s body was found in Rock Creek Park in May 2002; and police never interviewed Halle Shilling, who had been attacked by Guandique in the park shortly before Levy was murdered in May 2001? They never interviewed her until 2008? What are we supposed to say to something like this?

Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 24, 2009 05:42 PM | Send

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