Thanks, But No Thanks: Annie Le's Funeral

Foster Kamer · 09/26/09 06:15PM

Murdered Yale student Annie Le's funeral was today. I wasn't going to write anything about it, because, you know, not a story. Not even a footnote. Apparently, I'm wrong:

Grisly Annie Le Scoop False, Say Cops

Hamilton Nolan · 09/22/09 08:45AM

Yesterday the New York Post ran a gruesome update on the Annie Le murder, saying that Le's killer "broke the bones and mangled the body" before stuffing her into a wall. New Haven cops say: False.

Evidence Mounts Against Raymond Clark

Hamilton Nolan · 09/18/09 08:34AM

Yale murder suspect Raymond Clark—charged yesterday with killing Annie Le and hiding her body—is looking guiltier than ever, if you believe anonymous sources that leak to the media. Clark's DNA was a match, allegedly. Plus: An accomplice?

Cops Say the Lab Technician Was the Killer

Hamilton Nolan · 09/17/09 08:37AM

Raymond Clark III has gone from "Person of Interest" to accused perp. The Yale lab tech was arrested this morning and charged with killing Annie Le. At least all the scrutiny wasn't misdirected. The latest news makes him sound worse.


Andrew Belonsky · 09/15/09 10:40PM

Police have taken a "person of interest" into custody in the Annie Le murder investigation.

Yale Murder Suspect's Old MySpace Page

Andrew Belonsky · 09/15/09 08:15PM

Oh, yes, yes, YES! In the grand tradition of American psychos, alleged Yale murder suspect Ray Clark has an internet presence. And, as testimony to his backward ways, it's a MySpace account. Do people really still use MySpace? Well, no. Not Raymond, at least, for his apparent account hasn't been activated since 2006, which was, like, a billion years ago. Still, his profile does reveal some interesting tidbits, like the fact that he likes porn. A lot. And in many media form.

Hunt Is On for Reported Suspect in Killing of Annie Le

John Cook · 09/15/09 04:51PM

A local television station has named Ray Clark, an animal technician at the Yale lab where Annie Le worked and where her body was found, as the police's "person of interest" in her murder.

Arrest No Longer Imminent in Yale Murder

John Cook · 09/15/09 01:49PM

New Haven police officials are batting down reports that an arrest is imminent in the murder of Yale student Annie Le, and are bizarrely denying nonexistent reports that they had a suspect in custody.

Yale: Crime Scene

Andrew Belonsky · 09/14/09 03:41AM

This is sad. Yale graduate student Annie Le went missing before the weekend and, despite her family's prayers, it now appears that she's dead, just when she was supposed to be getting married.