Guilty plea expected tomorrow in Yale murder case

A guilty plea is now expected from the man accused of murdering a Yale grad student just days before her wedding.Raymond Clark III is charged

NEW HAVEN - A guilty plea is now expected from the man accused of murdering a Yale grad student just days before her wedding.

Raymond Clark III is charged with killing Annie Le back in 2009, then stuffing her body inside the wall of a Yale laboratory.

Clark's attorney said his client will reverse his former plea tomorrow and plead guilty.

Police found Le's body on the day she was supposed to be married.

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