BOMBSHELL BREAKTHROUGH IN CHANDRA LEVY MURDER COPS PROBE LINK TO D.C. MADAM’S ‘LITTLE BLACK BOOK’

In an explosive new development in the Chandra Levy murder mystery, police are examining a link between the pretty Washington intern and the recent arrest of a D.C. madam whose “little black book” contains the names of 10,000 men.

One veteran homicide detective believes there is a good possibility that the D.C. madam’s list contains the name of Chandra’s killer!

“I can never get my daughter back, but I welcome any movement in the case,” Chandra’s mom, Susan Levy, told The ENQUIRER.

Chandra, 24, vanished on May 1, 2001, and the hunt for her gripped America – fueled by the revelation that she’d been having a secret affair with Rep. Gary Condit. A year later her skeletal remains were found in a heavily wooded area of the capital’s Rock Creek Park.

No one has ever been charged. The murder files continued to gather dust until March – when the arrest of Deborah Jeane Palfrey, 50, made headlines.

Nicknamed the “Beltway Madam,” she was accused of running an upscale prostitution service for high-profile clients in the Washington area.

Rod Wheeler, a former D.C. homicide detective and now a prominent private criminal investigator, was the first person to link the two cases.

He recommended that investigators check the names in Palfrey’s book against the names that came up during the Levy investigation – because he believes there’s a strong possibility that Chandra’s murderer is listed on those pages.

Pick up this week’s ENQUIRER for more details!

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