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    Don't know if any of you have heard of this case but it's been developing over the past month or so. If this guy did it, I'm calling for the death penalty, he's a deviant little bastard.


    Suspected Yale Killer Appears In Court

    CROMWELL, Conn. -- Yale University lab technician Raymond Clark III was arrested Thursday morning in connection with the death of Yale graduate student Annie Le.

    He was charged with murder, and his bond was set at $3 million.

    Clark appeared shackled before a judge at a 10:45 arraignment Wednesday. The judge gave him a public defender and scheduled him to return to court in two weeks. His bond was kept at $3 million.

    Officials at New Haven Correctional Center said Clark was taken to the facility after his arraignment. Officials said they were unsure whether Clark would remain there until his next court appearance in two weeks.

    Police officers surrounded the motel where Clark was staying Wednesday night and moved in on the motel after 8 a.m. Thursday.

    Witnesses inside the hotel told Eyewitness News that eight police officers, detectives and state troopers approached room 214, where Clark was staying, from opposite ends of the hallway. Officers entered Clark's room at 8:45 a.m. and escorted him in handcuffs to a waiting caravan of police cars.

    After days of investigating, Clark's arrest took six minutes.

    Inside the motel, guests said they were largely unaware of the police surveillance or the arrest Wednesday morning. Jeannine Baroutsis, of Pennsylvania, said she was driving with a friend to Maine and just happened to pick the Super 8 as a stopover Wednesday night. She ended up in room 216, the room next door to Clark's.

    "Turned on the TV this morning in our preparation to go down to breakfast, they were talking about a Super 8 motel right off Route 91. When Peg walked into the room, my friend, I asked here, 'Is this Cromwell?' and she said, 'Yes it is,' I said, 'Well, we're on TV,' " Baroutsis said.

    New Haven Police Chief James Lewis said a warrant for Clark's arrest was signed at about 8 a.m. and that detectives had been working throughout the night. He said that the warrants in the case have been sealed. He said that the documents will eventually amount to thousands of pages because of the number people of interviewed.

    Police said Wednesday night that they were awaiting the results of DNA testing that was being performed around-the-clock at the State Police Crime Lab in Meriden. They said they planned to make an arrest if DNA evidence matched that of anyone who was inside the lab at the time of Le's death.

    New Haven Police Chief James Lewis said that more than 250 items were seized from the lab and Clark's Middletown apartment for analysis.

    Clark was taken into police custody at his Ferry Street apartment Tuesday night on a search warrant. He was not arrested or named a suspect at that time. Police said he was taken into custody on a search warrant for his DNA.

    The medical examiner said Wednesday afternoon that Le died of strangulation.

    Clark worked as a lab technician in the Amistad Street lab where Le’s body was found stuffed inside a wall. He worked cleaning mouse cages at the Animal Resources Center. Yale President Richard Levin said Clark has worked at the lab since December 2004.

    Levin said Clark's supervisor said "that nothing in the history of his employment at the University gave an indication that his involvement in such a crime might be possible."

    The remains of 24-year-old Le were found inside a wall the basement area of the lab on Sunday, Le’s would-be wedding day. The area where Le’s remains were found is used to store animals used for research.

    Le was working in the Amistad Street building as a graduate student in pharmacology. The office where Clark worked is very close to where Le was performing her graduate work.

    Police did not release any potential motive in the case, but said they do not believe there was any romantic motive involved in Le's death.

    Le had been missing since Tuesday, when she was last captured by some of the school's 70-plus surveillance cameras entering the lab.

    Police said they’ve sorted through 700 hours of surveillance video and interviewed 150 people in the case. They said the Amistad Street building is very large, which is why so many people were interviewed.

    Clark graduated from Branford High School, where he was an honor student and a member of several clubs, including the Asian Awareness Club and the baseball team.

    He was been living on Ferry Street in Middletown with his girlfriend. A wedding Web site lists the couple as planning to wed on Dec. 20, 2011.

    In May, Clark’s girlfriend, Jennifer Hromadka, wrote on her MySpace page about a rumor that her boyfriend, whom she calls Ray, was cheating on her with the girl who works at Yale.

    "My boyfriend, Ray, if you don't know him, has no interest in any of the other girls at YARC as anything more than friends," Hromadka wrote. "He is a bit naive, doesn't always use the best judgment, definitely is not the best judge of character but he is a good guy ... He has a big heart and tries to see the best in people ALL THE TIME! even when everyone else is telling him that the person is a psycho or that the person can't be trusted."

  • #2
    Originally posted by NextGenOfc View Post
    Don't know if any of you have heard of this case but it's been developing over the past month or so. If this guy did it, I'm calling for the death penalty, he's a deviant little bastard.


    Suspected Yale Killer Appears In Court
    As I recall the incident, it was reported that he was angry with the victim because she mistreated the study mice. How does that make him a "deviant little bastard"? I have seen nothing to indicate he is warped or psychologiacally oppressed.

    I fear he let his anger overpower his better judgement and acted stupidly; realized his actions and tried to cover up the crime.
    Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence!

    [George Washington (1732 - 1799)]

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    • #3
      he kidnapped her, killed her and stuffed her in a wall, he has some serious psychological issues.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by NextGenOfc View Post
        he kidnapped her, killed her and stuffed her in a wall, he has some serious psychological issues.
        And, you know this because? Firstly, he did not kidnap her......she went to the lab voluntarily to do some work. Neither you, I or anyone else has yet been made privy to what happened in that lab beyond what has been released to the media. Don't be so quick to judge. Remember, in this country people are innocent until proven guilty in a lawful court. If you have desires of being in LE, you cannot lose sight of that right.
        Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence!

        [George Washington (1732 - 1799)]

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        • #5
          Yes, he is "innocent until proven guilty in a court of law", however the evidence, let alone DNA evidence that links him to the scene is only piling up. He may not look like the type of person to commit such a crime, but you never know, we'll have to wait for the jury's decision at trial.

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          • #6
            Heat of passion, So going after the 2nd dgree I take it?

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            • #7
              Yeah I'm not sure about that, seems like he may have planned it out?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SgtCHP View Post
                As I recall the incident, it was reported that he was angry with the victim because she mistreated the study mice. How does that make him a "deviant little bastard"? I have seen nothing to indicate he is warped or psychologiacally oppressed.

                I fear he let his anger overpower his better judgement and acted stupidly; realized his actions and tried to cover up the crime.
                murder her all for over a mouse ? hell, i sicced my maine coon cat on mouses in my barn. he often brung the mouses over to my front porch, making offers. sometime, i set traps when the cat got fat and lazy. made me growls.
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                • #9
                  oh, btw, my coon cat named radar. named him in hope he'd catches mouses and some big bugs. good 'nuff, he did his job. and to whoever killed anne li IS a little deviant slime bastard. i'd sic my cat on his face.
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