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Last fall, Yale graduate student Annie Le was murdered days before her wedding, her strangled body stuffed into a laboratory wall. The case generated intense media scrutiny of schools security policies as well as of gender and workplace issues. Police subsequently arrested lab technician Raymond Clark III on charges of murder and sexual assault. According to Reuters, Clark has now decided to accept a plea deal that will land him in prison for up to 44 years if he's convicted.

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