After an arrest warrant was issued for an imprisoned Salvadoran immigrant for the killing of DC intern Chandra Levy nearly eight years ago, Chandra's parents are finally "tak[ing] solace in the fact that the search for the person responsible is ended." The warrant accuses Ingmar Guandique of killing Levy on May 1, 2008. Guandique is currently serving time for attacking two other women in the same park where Levy is thought to have been killed. The warrant could signal the closing chapter in the much-watched and sprawling affair of Levy's death, including the controversial end of US Congressman Gary Condit's career. Condit was questioned at the time of Levy's disappearance and the case captivated a nation's imagination and worst fears.