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Police are Zeroing in on Annie Le’s Murderer

September 16, 2009

An ex-girlfriend of the little self-entitled prick who police picked up last night for DNA testing claims that he raped her in high school, —a claim that I am inclined to believe. Out of fear she continued the relationship, however, when she finally mustered enough courage to end it, he refused to accept the break up. After vandalizing her locker at school and pestering her with stalking phone calls, the girl and her mother had to go to the police station and report the future murderer. Only then did the jerk leave her alone. Here is what she writes on her current Facebook page, as of Tuesday, “I can’t believe this is true,” She is “in total utter shock.”

Perhaps what she should be saying or meaning to say is, “I feel so lucky that I got away from that murdering bastard when I did.” And “I’m not really in shock, because yes, he did exhibit all behaviors of a murderer, I just don’t want to believe that men are actually murderers.”

The high school rapist, now murderer has (or let’s hope it becomes had) at the present a fiancée. Moreover, true to form, just like the ex-fiancée of the creepy Craigslist murderer, she thinks (let’s hope it becomes thought) the world of her good man.

“I … recently moved to Middletown, CT with my wonderful boyfriend.”

“I love animals!! I have 2 horses, a shiba inu and 2 cats,”

The current girlfriend depicts her fiancé as someone who is “a bit naive, doesn’t always use the best judgment, definitely is not the best judge of character but, he is a good guy.” and “has a hard time hurting peoples’ feelings.” She further gushes, “He has a big heart and tries to see the best in people ALL THE TIME! Even when everyone else is telling him that the person is a psycho or that the person can’t be trusted. he thinks everyone deserves a second chance.”

He works in a laboratory with animals. He sounds like a societal approved animal murderer to me. I thought all animal murderer or to be suspected. But I suppose not, not if you work at Yale and you are doing the research for the benefit of pharmacological companies.

How much do you want to bet that he never came out and said he loved animals. His fiancée just assumed that he did and he knew that he would reap benefits from her by not countering her belief.

Fucking asshole. No doubt he strangled Annie Le because of some perceived slight.

12 Comments
  1. Mary Sunshine permalink
    September 17, 2009 12:11 am

    Interesting. I started googling around and found this article which picks up on the same theme:

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2180609/jennifer_hromadkaraymond_clark_iii.html?singlepage=true&cat=9

    • September 17, 2009 1:53 am

      Aww see Mary, I was trying to be all ethical and not give any names since he has not be declared a suspect yet, but, hell, that article just gives up all the information. LOL!

      I’m glad someone else picked up on the connection. The craigslist killer and his determined to stand by her man, woman was the first thing that came to mind when I learned that this creep had a girlfriend.

      I wish I could hear from some women who steered clear of that murderer who killed those women at the gym. Those should be some good red flags to highlight.

  2. September 17, 2009 12:20 am

    Perhaps what she should be saying or meaning to say is, “I feel so lucky that I got away from that murdering bastard when I did.” And “I’m not really in shock, because yes, he did exhibit all behaviors of a murderer, I just don’t want to believe that men are actually murderers.”

    Exactly, Kitty. I do get so tired of that refusal to see males for what they are. There’s nothing to be shocked or surprised about. But I suppose if women at least say that they’re shocked, each and every time this shit happens, then it helps to justify their inaction, at least in their own minds.

    • September 17, 2009 2:04 am

      The thing is, this woman was not inactive, she went to the police on the man. That’s why I don’t understand why she is so shocked. She didn’t go to the police because she thought he was a teddy bear, you know.

    • September 17, 2009 1:47 pm

      Oh, see, I don’t mean action that appeals to the “good men,” the “saviors,” the “gentlemen” who will protect us from the ostensible “aberrations.” To go to the police is to believe in the power of wake-up calls and rehabilitation to affect men. She went to the police to scare him back into being a “good man” (something which deserves its own discussion, really, because she didn’t call the police when he raped her – no, that was still within the realm of “good man”/boyfriend behavior; it was the stalking and terrorizing that was unacceptable). She didn’t go to the police because she actually believed he was a murderer; certainly she didn’t put it into the context of general male behavior.

      It’s this political inactivity I’m talking about, this notion that we can change men on an individual level and needn’t fundamentally change the political landscape, the power dynamics between male and female interests. The shock and surprise, and the extent to which these reactions are accepted as reasonable, provide justification for the continued singling out of a few bad male apples that just happened to get caught. It helps to perpetuate the lie that getting this one man or that one man off the streets makes women safe.

    • September 18, 2009 5:36 pm

      This is such a great comment. I usually refrain from gushing because I hate those breathless expressions of gratitude, such as, “Thank you, just thank you, oh thank you, that is all.” Big eye roll. Anyway, I love when someone breaks it down even more than it is, and really hit it home.

  3. atheistwoman permalink
    September 17, 2009 1:23 am

    Apparently the “media,” can only handle one jumped up “sorrow spectacle” per month or something. I guess nothing happens when their cameras go off.

  4. September 17, 2009 12:58 pm

    Clark has now been arrested:

    Raymond Clark was apprehended about 8:10 a.m. ET at a Super 8 motel in Cromwell, Connecticut, where he had spent the night after being released Wednesday following his submission to DNA testing.

    • Mary Sunshine permalink
      September 17, 2009 2:36 pm

      Decent.

      🙂

  5. Mary Sunshine permalink
    September 18, 2009 4:56 pm

    http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2009/09/abc-news-reports-that-raymond-clark-iii-the-lab-technician-charged-with-killing-yale-graduate-student-annie-le-sent-her-a-t.html

    He killed her because she didn’t keep the cages clean enough according to authoritarian-controlfreak him. They met, no doubt she refused to bow in submission, and . . .

    • September 18, 2009 5:34 pm

      Dennis Rader, aka, BTK, was also a control freak who worked around animals. He loved citing people for not housing their pets properly, or having them on a leash, etc. Asshole murderer.
      And can you believe, I have actually read people apologizing (and/or understanding it) for his “lost of temper” if she had the nerve to dismiss his petty complaints. How dare she be some uppity bitch who left the cage cleaning to the cage cleaner.
      Also, how thick can people be. So many people are wondering about where blood came from, you know, since he strangled her. Well, I don’t know, maybe it had something to do with the fact that he forced her body into a 2 foot tall hole.

      I think it is funny how the bastard dropped his green ink pen (sounds like a color of pen he was known to have) and then brought supplies to work the next day to try and fish it out. Dumbass.

      I want be surprise if they try to say this was just involuntary manslaughter, because, menz can understand how easy it is to snap when a woman will not submit immediately. Unlike, you know, how the very same menz find it unimaginable how a woman snaps after being abused for years on end.

      Her poor mother, I am sure she is just heartbroken.

  6. September 18, 2009 6:44 pm

    http://www.angryasianman.com/2009/09/suspect-arrested-in-murder-of-annie-le.html

    The police’s insistence that this was a “workplace crime” seems to indicate that Clark just snapped or something. Some news stories are noting that Clark had a previous run-in with police in high school when his then-girlfriend called the cops on him, but declined to press charges.

    Then there’s the pesky fact that Clark, who is white, was once a member of the Asian Awareness Club in high school, which a lot of news stories keep bringing up. Granted, they don’t have much to go on, since they’re probably just digging this info out of his high school yearbook. Still, there’s that nagging suspicion that this could be related to some kind of Asian fetish.

    O-M-G. Anything to deflect from the fact that he killed her because she was a woman. Period. Okay, he was a control freak. Would he have ever killed a man? Would talking about dirty rat cages with a man cause him to snap? NO! It would not. Only when a woman dared to crossed the little bastard did he snap. And, to add to that, —an Asian woman, an educated woman. But the bottom line is, he “snapped” because she was a woman first.

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