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NYC: We Bungled DNA Evidence in 26 Rape Cases

Single technician blamed for errors

(Newser) - New York City officials are cleaning up after a lab technician who reportedly bungled DNA evidence in at least 26 rape cases. The medical examiner's office is in the process of reviewing 843 cases; the technician missed biological evidence in 26 of those studied thus far. Officials were able... More »

Clark Tried to Cover His Tracks as Cops Searched

DNA evidence led to arrest for Annie Le's murder

(Newser) - Before his arrest, murder suspect Raymond Clark tried to cover his tracks even as FBI agents and police searched the Yale lab where he worked. Clark, who has been charged with the murder of grad student Annie Le, was seen cleaning areas where Le had been before she died and... More »

Clark Charged With Murder

Yale lab tech accused of killing Annie Le arraigned, enters no plea

(Newser) - Raymond Clark III has been charged with the murder of Yale grad student Annie Le, the Hartford Courant reports. Clark, a lab technician at Yale, was arrested this morning at a motel and arraigned in Superior Court in New Haven. Clark, 24, did not submit a plea. His bail remains... More »

DNA Links Lab Tech to Yale Murder

Raymond Clark to be arrested today

(Newser) - DNA from the Yale lab tech suspected in the murder of grad student Annie Le has been linked to her death, sources tell the New Haven Register. Raymond Clark, 24, is expected to be arrested today, and is currently under police surveillance at the Connecticut motel where he's staying. The... More »

Yale Suspect Clark Was Last to See Le Alive

Records of their computer swipe cards show he entered lab just after she did

(Newser) - Raymond Clark, the prime suspect in the killing of Yale graduate student Annie Le, was the last person to see her alive, records of their computer swipe cards show. A source familiar with the records tells the Hartford Courant that Le used the card to gain access to the same... More »

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