Yale killing search warrant being unsealed

Raymond Clark III, center is arraigned at Superior Court in New Haven, Conn. Thursday Sept. 17, 2009 in connection with the murder of Annie Le, a Yale graduate student whose body was found stuffed inside a lab wall Sunday. From left are Assistant Public Defender Joseph E. Lopez , Raymond Clark III, Senior Assistant Public Defender, Beth Merkin, right, Bail Commissioner Sharon Moye-Johnson. (Douglas Healey)

March 13, 2010 8:35:02 AM PST
A search warrant will be unsealed in the case of an animal research technician charged with killing a Yale University graduate student.New Haven Superior Court Judge Roland Fasano ruled last week that parts of the search warrant would be unsealed Monday.

Raymond Clark III is accused of strangling 24-year-old Annie Li, of Placerville, Calif., in September. Le's body was found stuffed behind a research lab wall on the day she was supposed to get married.

The 24-year-old Clark has pleaded not guilty to murder charges.

Fasano ordered portions of the search warrant that he called "offending material" to be blacked out.