Sunday, September 13, 2009

Annie Le: Body Found


No happy end in sight::: Investigators have found the body of a female inside a wall in the basement of 10 Amistad St., the building where Annie Le was last seen. The remains were found shortly after 5 pm. The news comes a day after officials said they seized bloody clothes from a ceiling at 10 Amistad St., where Le was last seen. A source within the Yale Police Department leaked info that the clothes are NOT what Le was wearing when she entered that facility Tuesday, adding that the blood on the material could be either human blood or animal blood, since many animal experiments are conducted in the research facility. ABC news is reporting that the body "is assumed to be" that of Ms. Le.

(UPI) - Annie Le's death is now being investigated as a homicide, the New Haven Register reported. Her body was found inside a wall in the building housing the campus lab she was seen entering Tuesday morning, police said. Video surveillance recorded her entering, but never leaving, the building. Le, 24, was to marry a Columbia University graduate student in Long Island, N.Y., on Sunday.

WARNING::: IF you are searching for "Annie Le" on Google, there are a bunch of sites that, when clicked on, will redirect to "Windows Protection Suite" and tell you they are scanning your computer for virusses. Should that happen to you, either "X" out of that browser window immediately, or pull the plug on your internet connection. If you don't, "Windows Protection Suite" will install itself on your computer, and you'll have a hard time getting it off.ALSO: How to REMOVE Windows Protection Suite from your computer.

Other developing story tonight: from Michelle Malkin, word that a Huffington Post blog editor mocks the death of a Cornell University swine flu victim in a blog posting... wonder if HuffPo will mock the death of Annie Le (should it be proven she is dead) as well?
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2 comments:

  1. I really want to know how's the investigation.. may her soul rest in peace..

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  2. So sorry to hear this. I hope this crime will reveal soon...

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