How did Chandra Levy get in a John Conyers threat?

What “insider information” does John Conyers know about Chandra Levy? We need a full investigation into Conyers & why he seemingly used her story as a threat when his intern rejected his sexual proposition. 

When you read over the story of Chandra Levy, her murder, and the search for her murderer, you will probably find no link to John Conyers. Her murderer turned out to be an illegal alien from El Salvador. 

That seems to indicate that at the time, her death was actually used to frighten or intimidate his intended sexual victim, Courtney Morse. Is this an insight into the ruthlessness of a predator? Read and see what you think.

As Written By Katherine Rodriguez for Breitbart: 

A former female intern for Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) said that the Michigan Democrat brought up murdered Federal Bureau of Prisons intern Chandra Levy when she rejected his sexual advances.

Courtney Morse, 36, the latest woman to come forward accusing Conyers of sexual misconduct, informed the Washington Post that the congressman told her one night he was interested in having a sexual relationship with her and held her hand in her lap on the way home.

Morse said that when she turned down Conyers’ advances, he referenced Levy’s case.

“He said he had insider information on the case. I don’t know if he meant it to be threatening, but I took it that way,” Morse said. “I got out of the car and ran.”

Levy disappeared in 2001, and police found her remains in a Washington, DC, park in 2002. A police investigation at the time found that Levy had been having an affair with then-Rep. Gary Condit (D-CA).

Morse also claimed that Conyers gave her gifts and asked her to have dinner with him before he made the sexual advances. She added that she quit her summer internship and ……

KEEP READING THERE IS EVEN MORE HERE:

Latest Conyers Accuser: Congressman Brought Up Chandra Levy When I Rejected Sexual Advances

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