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The mother of slain congressional intern Chandra Levy says she has been told by police in Washington, D.C., that an arrest is imminent in her daughter's 2001 death.
CNN anchor Christine Romans spoke Monday with CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin about the case.
Christine Romans, CNN anchor: A developing story we're watching right now. A murder mystery that gripped the nation and ruined a congressman's reputation eight years ago may finally be coming to a close. Today, D.C. police are said to be ready to make an arrest for the murder of Chandra Levy.
CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin joins us now. Jeff, welcome to the program. We're learning about this man already in prison, Ingmar Guandique, who reports say police are close to arresting in this case. This is an eight-year-old case. What new do they have now about this eight years later?
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