Singapore rules US death a suicide, but suspicions linger

Tom Benner Reports

Singapore has invited the US to audit a firm to ensure the case of Shane Todd didn’t involve secret technology transfer to China.

Published by The Christian Science Monitor, July 8, 2013

By Tom Benner, Contributor, Satish Cheney, Contributor

Singapore authorities on Monday ruled the hanging death of American scientist Shane Todd last year was a suicide. State coroner Chay Yuen Fatt found that there was no foul play and that the 31-year-old Mr. Todd died by asphyxia due to hanging.
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Todd’s family immediately criticized the ruling as predetermined, and vowed to continue a high-profile campaign that has put Singapore’s normally cordial relations with the United States under strain.

Todd was found hanged to death in his Singapore apartment in June 2012, days before he was to leave the country for good and return to the US. His parents in Montana have long rejected the possibility of…

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