Condit Working on Book About Levy Case

Thursday, Nov 11, 2010  |  Updated 9:00 AM EDT
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In court, Gary Condit refused to answer whether he had a sexual relationship with slain Washington intern Chandra Levy. Courtroom sketches by Bill Hennessy.

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On Wednesday, those following the Chandra Levy trial found out through court testimony that Gary Condit's DNA was found in underwear that was taken as evidence from the Washington intern's condo.

A day later, the son of the former congressman said his father is going to write a book to tell his side of the story.

Chad Condit said the Levy case continues to weigh on his father and his family.  He said Thursday on "Good Morning America" that his father is working on a book that will tell his side of the story.

"It's going to be a great book and a great read," he said.

Gary Condit was the prime suspect in the 2001 disappearance of Levy. But police no longer believe he had anything to do with her death. Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique is on trial for Levy's murder.

The Levy case became an international sensation after she was romantically linked to Condit. He testified at Guandique's trial but refused to say whether he had an affair with Levy.


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