Robert Levy, the father of slain Washington intern Chandra Levy, testified that he told police all he could about a relationship he discovered she was having in 2001 with sitting Congresman Gary Condit.
"We were mad at Condit, trying to point him as the villian," he testified on cross-examination Tuesday in the murder trial of Ingmar Guandique, who is charged in her death.
Levy's disappearance nine years ago received widespread publicity because of her alleged relationship with the sitting California congressman. The revelation contributed to the political downfall of Condit, who will be called to testify during the trial. Police said Condit was never a suspect in the case, although he was questioned intensively as investigators tried to find Levy.
Guandique denies killing Levy.