A poster with  a yellow ribbon is drapped around a photograph of Chandra Levy, who disappeared in Washington April 30, was used at a silent march around the state Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, May 18, 2001. The march, to draw attention to the disapparence, was held the same night Levy was to attend a graduation dinner at the University of Southern California's Sacramento center.
A poster with a yellow ribbon is drapped around a photograph of Chandra Levy, who disappeared in Washington April 30, was used at a silent march around the state Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, May 18, 2001. The march, to draw attention to the disapparence, was held the same night Levy was to attend a graduation dinner at the University of Southern California's Sacramento center. (Rich Pedroncelli / The Associated Press)
A poster with a yellow ribbon is drapped around a photograph of Chandra Levy, who disappeared in Washington April 30, was used at a silent march around the state Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, May 18, 2001. The march, to draw attention to the disapparence, was held the same night Levy was to attend a graduation dinner at the University of Southern California's Sacramento center. (Rich Pedroncelli / The Associated Press)

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