Annie Le Strangled: Autopsy
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Sep 16, 2009 1:06 PM CDT
Two unmarked police vehicles and a Middletown police car sit monitoring the apartment complex home of a Yale animal research technician who worked with murded student Annie Le, Sept 15, 2009.    (Jessica Hill)
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(Newser) – Connecticut's state medical examiner says Yale University grad student Annie Le died of traumatic asphyxiation, meaning she was strangled. Dr. Wayne Carver's office released a short statement about the autopsy today, three days after 24-year-old Le was found hidden inside the basement wall of a Yale medical school research building.

Police have called Yale lab technician Raymond Clark III a "person of interest" in the case and have collected DNA and other physical evidence. No charges have been filed.