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Raymond Clark

Raymond Clark
Police arrested Raymond Clark III, 24, a Yale animal lab technican, and charged him with murdering Yale graduate student Annie Le, whose body was found stuffed into a 2-foot crawl space behind a wall in a Yale laboratory building on Sept. 13, 2009.
Police arrested Raymond Clark III, 24, a Yale animal lab technican, and charged him with murdering Yale graduate student Annie Le, whose body was found stuffed into a 2-foot crawl space behind a wall in a Yale laboratory building on Sept. 13, 2009. « Show less

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  • Suspect In Yale Murder Appears In Court, Hearing Set

    Suspect In Yale Murder Appears In Court, Hearing Set
    A former Yale University lab technician charged with strangling a graduate student and stuffing her body behind a laboratory wall appeared in court Tuesday, but did not enter a plea to murder. Twenty-four-year-old Raymond Clark III appeared in an...
  • Yale Holds Annie Le Memorial

    Although details about the Annie Le killing remains in a sealed arrest affidavit, we learned much more about the 24 year old Yale graduate student as a person at a memorial service for her. Classmates, teachers, and even people who had never met Le filed...
  • 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...
  • Raymond Clark III, Killer of Yale Student Annie Le, Finally Shows Remorse

    Mug shots capture a bad moment that's usually not the best representation of their subjects. When Steven Hayes was arrested for the 2007 slaying of the Petit family, the police photo of his shaved head, his glower and his bulging neck suggested a ticking...
  • Annie Le's Killer Finally Shows Remorse

    Mug shots capture a bad moment that's usually not the best representation of their subjects. When Steven Hayes was arrested for the 2007 slaying of the Petit family, the police photo of his shaved head, glowing face and bulging neck suggested a ticking...
  • 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...