Another Suspicious Suicide-This time involving cell phone techSubmitted by republicanmother on Sun, 02/17/2013 - 09:16
To make a long story short, this guy from California who recently got his PhD went over to Singapore taking a job consulting on cell phone tech. Toward the end of his stint, he got increasingly freaked out. He made comments that what he was working on could be bad for American national security. He was working on stuff for a Chinese cell phone manufactuer, who recently many western governments have stopped doing business with.
So anyway, the Singapore police say he was strung up in his bathroom by drilling hooks into the wall and using his toliet as an anchor. When his mom came to clean out his apartmentment, there was absolutely no evidence of this. When they got the body back, they noticed his knuckles and forehead was bruised, indicating he put up a fight. They took pics and sent them to a medical examiner in the US who said the marks on the neck looked like they were from a wire or thinner rope. His apartment was untouched except his laptop was missing. Good thing he left a backup hard drive that the theives/murderers missed. It reveals that he was working on an amplifier made from Gallium Nitride. This tech overlaps with MIC research done by Northrup Grunman and Raytheon for military radar and satelite purposes.
That's the short story written on a 2nd grade level, here's all the details: