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Annie Le

Annie Le
A collection of news and information related to Annie Le published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Notable Workplace Violence Incidents In Connecticut

    Sept. 13, 2009: Annie Le, 24, of Placerville, Calif., a doctoral student at Yale University in New Haven, is found strangled, her body stuffed into a wall at Yale Animal Research Center. Former Yale lab technican Raymond J. Clark III, 25, of Middletown, has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and felony murder in the case, and is awaiting trial.
  • Book On Yale Slaying Published

    The author of a new paperback about the slaying of Yale University graduate student Annie Le last September concedes that her book is short on exclusive details but says it offers readers a suspenseful and intriguing story. Stella Sands, the New York-...

    Yale Suspect Pleads Not Guilty; Car To Be Returned

    Yale Suspect Pleads Not Guilty; Car To Be Returned
    A former Yale University lab technician has pleaded not guilty to killing graduate student Annie Le last September. Raymond J. Clark III entered not-guilty pleas to two counts — murder and felony murder — during a brief appearance in Superior...

    Affidavit Describes Evidence, Raymond Clark's Movements

    On the day Annie Le disappeared, Raymond Clark III reported seeing the Yale University graduate student leave the Yale Animal Research Center carrying a notebook and two bags of mouse food. But police said she never left the building. In the days...

    UConn Football Player Jasper Howard Stabbed To Death On Campus

    UConn Football Player Jasper Howard Stabbed To Death On Campus
    About nine hours after his Huskies walked off Rentschler Field with a victory over Louisville, after a press conference filled with smiles and platitudes, UConn football coach Randy Edsall's phone rang. When the phone rings at that hour, Edsall said, it's...