Annie Le's Person of Interest Had Scratches on Chest, Arms, Back

Raymond Clark, the lab technician who police have labeled a person of interest in the murder of Yale grad student Annie Le, has wounds on his chest, arms and back, sources told ABC News. The deep scratches came to light as the Connecticut medical examiner released Le's cause of death as strangulation, or as it was officially described, "traumatic asphyxia due to neck compression." Sources also said investigators are finding evidence that the pint-size scientist who weighed only 90 pounds...Full Story
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