Yale Murder Suspect Due Back In Court
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – An animal research technician charged with killing a Yale University graduate student is returning to court.
Raymond Clark III, who was charged with strangling 24-year-old Annie Le of Placerville, Calif., is scheduled to appear Thursday in New Haven Superior Court. Le’s body was found stuffed behind a research lab wall on the day she was supposed to get married in September 2009.
The 26-year-old Clark has pleaded not guilty to murder. He’s being held on $3 million bond at MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution in Suffield.
Police have said a green-ink pen under Le’s body had her blood and Clark’s DNA. Police said Clark signed into the secure building with a green pen the day Le disappeared.
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