Raymond Cook, arrested for the murder of Annie Le, is proving to be one weird dude. On the day investigators found Yale grad student Annie Le’s body stuffed behind a basement wall, her accused killer was playing softball.

Raymond Clark 3rd betrayed no emotion as he played shortstop for his team, the Wild Hogs, in a playoff loss Sunday.

The Yale lab tech even impressed the plainclothes cops tailing him. “We had detectives in the crowd,” Lt. John Velleca, head of the New Haven police department’s narcotics unit, told the New Haven Independent. “He’s actually pretty good.”

Vinnie Mauro, an opposing player, said the 24-year-old Clark didn’t seem on edge during the game at East Shore Park in New Haven. He called Clark “nondescript” and noted that he didn’t interact much with his teammates.

Clark is known for wearing a David Wright Mets jersey, Mauro added. Later that day, Clark spent time with some relatives before heading to a country fair in Hebron, about 50 miles northeast of New Haven.

Wow, what a trip. I wonder if he will go with the insanity defense?

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