Chandra Levy's mother says she is not 100% convinced the man convicted of killing her daughter actually did it.
During Friday's sentencing, Susan Levy called Ingmar Guandique harsh words, including explitives during an emotional statement. She says that is not like her, but she wanted to say something he would understand.
CBS Early Show, Susan was asked if she believed Guandique was responsible for Chandra's death, she said "I always have that 5% of not being sure. I have 95% that the Justice Department is acurate." She said the evidence that convicted Guandique was circumstantial. The man was sentenced to 60 years in prison for the 2001 death.
Levy was returning home to Modesto when she went missing on May 1, 2001. Her remains were found 13 months later. Guandique was serving a 10-year prison term for attacking two women around the time of Levy's disappearance. He was convicted of Levy's attack last Fall.
Levy's Mom Not 100% Sure Suspect is Guilty
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