The chief medical examiner in the nation´s capital says Chandra Levy may have been strangled. But Jonathan Arden says there´s not enough evidence to say for sure that strangulation was the cause of death for the young woman from Modesto. An online story published by The Washington Post says Arden reported a bone in Levy´s upper neck had been damaged, but it wasn´t broken.
Levy´s remains were found in a Washington D-C Park two months ago, after the former government intern had been missing more than a year. Law enforcement authorities say FBI tests on evidence found so far have produced no clues to help solve her slaying.