Lab Tech Raymond Clark Sentenced to 44 Years in Prison For the Murder of Yale University Student Annie Le
26 year old lab tech Raymond Clark was sentenced to 44 years in prison for the murder of 24 year old Yale University student Annie Le. Clark’s sentence carries no possibility of parole or early release.Sadly, this waste of human life did not receive more time. However, a plea deal was reached in order to spare the families the grumble details of the murder and having to relive the death of Annie Le.The senseless and brutal murder shocked Yale University and News Haven, CT in 2009.
A lab technician convicted of killing a Yale University student, whose body was found stuffed behind a wall on the day she was to be married, was sentenced to 44 years in prison on Friday at an emotionally wrenching court hearing.
The sentence, which carries no possibility of parole or early release for Raymond Clark, 26, was the result of a plea deal with prosecutors in the death of Annie Le, 24, who disappeared on September 8, 2009.
Annie Le went missing on September 8, 2009, just five days before she was supposed to be married. Her body would be later found stuffed in a wall of a Yale Science building. Clark was arrested four days later and in March pleaded guilty to murder and attempted sexual assault.
Body thought to be missing Yale graduate student Annie Le found stuffed into a basement wall of her lab building. As previously speculated, thus the reason why investigators were never able to find video of Annie Le leaving the science building with all of the video cameras available. On thing is for certain, since this building required card access, investigators should know who was in the building at the same time that Annie Le was.