Singapore's state coroner is set to issue the verdict Monday on the controversial death of an American scientist found hanged in the city-state, whose family believe he was murdered.
Rick Todd (2nd R), his wife Mary (C), his son Chet (2nd L) and daughter-in-law Corynne (L) and the former girlfriend of the late Shane Todd, Shirley Sarmiento (R), arrive in court in Singapore on May 14, 2013. The state coroner is set to issue the verdict Monday on the controversial death of Shane Todd, who was found hanged in the city-state and whose family believe he was murdered.
The body of 31-year-old electronics researcher Shane Todd was discovered by his girlfriend in his flat in June 2012, sparking a controversy that reached the highest levels of the Singapore and US governments after his parents refused to accept suicide findings by the Singapore police.
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