An expert witness from the FBI says a semen sample found on a pair of panties matched the DNA profile of former California congressman Gary Condit.
Alan Giusti testified Wednesday at the trial of Ingmar Guandique, the man accused of killing federal intern Chandra Levy.
Levy went missing in 2001 and her skeletal remains were recovered in Rock Creek Park about a year later. Her suspected connection with Condit helped launch the case into the national spotlight.
Giusti told the court that the panties were received by the FBI lab in 2001, before Levy's remains were found. Police had searched Levy's apartment multiple times while they were searching for her.
Condit repeatedly refused to answer questions about the nature of his relationship with Levy when he testified in D.C. Superior Court earlier this month.
"I just think that I have the right to set some boundaries," Condit said.