This month in NEW HAVEN, Connecticut, Raymond J. Clark III, a Yale University Lab Technician was charged for the murder of Yale pharmacology doctoral student Annie Le. Reportedly, Annie Le died due to strangulation and whose body was discovered in a utility compartment behind a basement wall of a off-campus research building where Raymond Clark, III, and Annie Le worked together.
Speculation as to whether there was a pre-existing intimate relationship between Clark and Le remains unsubstantiated to date, as well as to the status of Clark’s Mental Health history.
As the case, and legal discovery efforts unfold, it has been reported Raymond Clark, III, was smart, amiable, and loved his pet dog according to those who knew him.
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NEW: Longtime friend says Raymond Clark III “outgoing, happy, athletic, fun”
- Another friend says she remembers him “as a jokester, kind of a class clown”
- Clark charged with murder of Annie Le, who was found dead on her wedding day
- Girlfriend reportedly defended Clark on MySpace after “rumor of a fling” last year
MOST likely Raymond J. Clark, III, will not have a case for a insanity plea based on current reporting.
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