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FBI: Levy's Laptop Was Used To Find Out About Condit, Park

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An FBI examination of Chandra Levy's laptop is shedding light on what the former intern may have been thinking about on the day she vanished.

FBI Special Agent Jane Domboski analyzed Levy's computer and specifically which Web pages the former intern had visited.

On the stand Thursday, Domboski testified the final Internet activity happened on May 1, 2001 the day prosecutors say Levy disappeared.

The user, Domboski says, checked the weather, searched for parks, then clicked on a map of Rock Creek Park and finally looked up directions to the park. One year later, Levy's body was discovered in Rock Creek Park.

On the cross examination, Domboski says someone also used the computer that day to search online for information about Gary Condit, the congressman Levy was having an affair with, and looked up Condit's wife and son as well.

Condit may be called to testify when the trial resumes next week.


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