Staff Sgt. Amy Seyboth-Tirador death ruled a suicide.
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Amy Seyboth-Tirador, 29, was killed in Iraq by a gunshot wound to the back of the head. She was an Army interrogator; recipient of a Bronze Star, for saving another soldier's life; and a trained Arabic linguist. Her death has recently been ruled by a suicide by the Army but her family isn’t buying it. Colleen Murphy, Amy's mother, is set to begin her own investigation into her daughters death.
I am interested into what Colleen will unearth. Thank you SSG Seyboth-Tirador for your service. You are not forgotten.
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Death ruled a suicide.