Betty on the News: Hearing for Annie Le’s Alleged Murderer Postponed
Lab technician Raymond Clark III exits a Connecticut court without anticipated not guilty plea
Raymond Clark III, the man accused of murdering Yale grad student Annie Le, entered no plea Tuesday morning during his first court appearance since he was taken into custody in September.
Raymond filed into a crowded Connecticut court room in an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs, where he was told that the hearing would be postponed until October 20.
Judge Roland Fasano chose to delay the sentencing in order to give both parties more time to prepare.
Attorneys for the Hartford Courant were present at the hearing to request the release of Raymond’s arrest warrant to the press, but the judge thwarted their plans by saying he would listen to their request at the next court date.
Clark is currently jailed on $3 million bond at the maximum-security MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution in South Suffield, Connecticut, for allegedly killing Annie Le and stuffing her body behind a wall in an animal lab. (The New York Daily News)