Lab Murder: The Brutal Slaying of Yale University Student Annie Le

Everyone who met her agreed Annie Le was outstanding. She was beautiful with a smile that would light up the room and an academic superstar while in high school and college. She was valedictorian of her graduating class at Union Mine High School in El Dorado, California, where she was voted “most likely to be the next Einstein. After receiving a $160,000 scholarship, she…

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A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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Kym L Pasqualini

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A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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