- He attacked two other women within the same park, though he did not succeed in either raping or killing them. He was, in fact, trying to rob them.
- An inmate who knew Guandique in prison said Guandique confessed to him.
- He confessed to being on the path near the location of the murder at the time of the murder.
- The night of the murder, he threw away all the clothing he had worn (including his shoes) after being on the path where the homicide occurred.
- He wrote a story about killing people in the park just weeks before the victim was found murdered in a park.
- He said the following day to the girlfriend who had ended their relationship hours before the murder in response to her question if he was going to do something stupid (like suicide), "You don't know what I have already done."
- He covered his body in long pants and long sleeves the day after the murder in spite of the fact the temperature was in the high eighties
- He failed the polygraph and gave a phony alibi.
- There is no DNA left from the crime that does not match him.
Before you start labeling this theory ridiculous and not worthy to be presented in a court of law, go back and look over the evidence that got Guandique convicted of Chandra Levy's murder. There isn't any.