The public may learn some of the mysterious testimony that's been kept in guarded documents and court hearings in the Chandra Levy murder case next week.
After a 2 1/2-hour sealed proceeding on Thursday, D.C. Superior Court Judge Gerald Fisher said redacted, partial transcripts of hearings in December and January will be made available to the public and the media in about a week's time.
A prosecutor said defense lawyers made assertions in those proceedings that the government does not agree with.
Levy was an intern who disappeared in 2001; her body was found in Rock Creek Park a year later. Ingmar Guandique was convicted of her death in 2010 after an inmate he was in jail with said Guandique confessed to him.
Sources have told News4 that new evidence in the case could taint testimony of a key witness.