Suspect In Yale Student Murder Pleads ‘Not Guilty’

January 26, 2010

Connecticut (ChattahBox) – The lab technician suspected in the murder of a Yale student last year has plead ‘not guilty’ this morning to first degree murder charges.

Raymond Clark III has been charged in the murder of Annie Le, a graduate student who worked at the same lab on campus, where her body was found the day she was set to be married.

The 24-year-old had been strangled to death.

Clark had worked in the basement of the building, caring for the animals that were used in experiments in the rest of his labs.

His girlfriend, who he lived with at the time, was also a lab technician.

The motive is not clear, but police have said they believe that it was related to a case of workplace violence, and do not believe there was a sexual or monetary cause.

His pretrial hearing has been set for March 3rd.

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