Daily Commentary – Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 – Mistakes Made in Yale Case of Murdered Annie Le

  • Dana makes some points about good investigatory work as a retrospective of the tragic killing of Annie Le.

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Posted September 22, 2009 by
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    2 Responses to “Daily Commentary – Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 – Mistakes Made in Yale Case of Murdered Annie Le”

    1. Scared Monkeys on September 22nd, 2009 7:19 am

      Anyone familair with Yale campus knows it is in an urban setting in the middle of New Haven, CT.

      That being said, as it was reported this lab building had over 70 cameras and a badge access to get in and within the building.

      I had surmised from the outset, so similar to so many other cases, that Annie Le was still in the building. With all the cameras she would have to have been. It would have been too obvious someone smuggling something large out.

      With all of the security checks in the building, there could have been no other thought than she was still hidden somewhere inside.

    2. A Texas Grandfather on September 22nd, 2009 10:07 am

      It is hard to believe that three or four law enforcement agencies could not find Annie Le within 24 hours.
      The proper proceedure would be to have floor teams for each floor to check every utility closet, pipe chase and electrical chase or closet along with any between floor crawl spaces. These teams should have been given up-to-date drawings of the building and a custodial supervisor to help direct the searchers to all the possible hiding places. Dogs should have been a part of every team so that cadaver sniffing dogs could have helped to zero in on suspicious areas.
      Every agency needs to have more training in this area and this includes the FBI so that this doesn’t happen again.

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