…the Yale student who was missing and found dead stuffed up in some basement wall on the day she was supposed to get married.  What has the world come to?

Annie Le, a 24-year-old graduate student at Yale, is last seen in photo still from a surveillance camera (r.).  Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2009/09/10/2009-09-10_yale_grad_student_annie_le_disappears_5_days_before_wedding.html#ixzz0RJWr9VN5

Annie Le, a 24-year-old graduate student at Yale, is last seen in photo still from a surveillance camera (R).

On Tuesday night, the popos arrested a man named Ray Clark under suspicions of her murder (failed lie detectors with scratches on chest indicating a struggle).. In the grand tradition of American psychos, alleged Yale murder suspect Ray also has an internet presence; He & girlfriend, Jennifer Hromadka shared a Myspace page. According to the NY Daily News, “in May 2008, [Jennifer] blogged about a rumor that Clark was cheating on her with a girl (possibly Annie) in his Yale lab.” In response the girl practically went into denial and in his defense, said ‘Everyone makes mistakes.’ With evidences of strangling on Annie’s neck, it was suspected that Annie was murdered after refusing him sex.

Jennifer Hromadka with her fiance, Raymond Clark. Clark, a lab tech at Yale University, is a person of interest identified by New Haven police in the Annie Le murder case, authorities said. From http://www.myspace.com/jenniferhromadka.

But then again, newest updates say that Clark was released from custody early this morning after being questioned in the killing of Annie Le and giving DNA samples.

Source: Dave Lucas and all his sources.
Kudos to Thach for the tip.

 Annie Le vigil  Yale University students and faculty gather to remember Annie Le, 24, whose body was found Sunday in a campus lab. New Haven, Conn., police said her slaying was not "a random act." (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times / September 14, 2009)

Annie Le vigil Yale University students and faculty gather to remember Annie Le, 24, whose body was found Sunday in a campus lab. New Haven, Conn., police said her slaying was not "a random act." (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times / September 14, 2009)

Our sincerest condolences go out to Le and her family & friends.