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Is it Yale's Fault?

The mother of murdered doctoral student Annie Le is suing Yale, claiming the school tolerated a culture of violence that led to her daughter's death, reports NBC's Today show. In an interview with Today's Anne Curry, Le's mother Vivian Le says Yale didn't do enough to protect her daughter from Raymond Clark, the lab technician who killed Le a week before her wedding and hid her body behind a wall.

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