Murder of Yale Grad Student Annie Le and Detention of Person of Interest Raymond Clark … “the suspect took apart her body”
Here is some shocking and breaking news:
According to sources from Fox61, that a possible motive of the murder of Annie Le was a dispute over possible abuse of lab animals in the research facility at 10 Amistad St. in New Haven, CT. A violent struggle ensued between the person of interest, Raymond Clark, and the victim Annie Le. Eventually, the suspect took apart her body and put her behind the wall space in the basement of the facility.. The cause of her death was asphyxiation, confirmation will come tomorrow from the medical examiner.
How did Raymond Clark become a person of interest? Also according to sources, the bloody clothing found in the ceiling tiles of the lab facility belonged to the suspect, Raymond Clark. An acquaintance who Clark lives with noticed that the clothes he was wearing when he came home was different than what he wore in the morning and that he had defensive scratches, cuts and blood on his body. That person tipped off police.
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Computer records show that lab technician Raymond Clark III, a “person of interest” in the slaying of Yale graduate student Annie Le, was the last person to see her alive, a law-enforcement source told The Courant today.
Investigators traced Le’s and Clark’s movements through their computerized swipe cards, said the source, who is familiar with the investigation. Le entered the Yale laboratory at 10 Amistad St. at about 10 a.m. on Sept. 8. She passed through a basement lab area moments later. Then she swiped her way into a separate room of that lab.
Clark entered that same room a short time later, the source said, citing the computer records. Le was never seen again and her card was never used again.
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