Iconic hero of Goose Green kills himself hours after Argentina reignites
hostilities: 'Sabre-rattling' may have triggered Para's post-traumatic stress
(Sunday Mail)
A Falklands War hero distressed by recent flare-ups in hostilities between Britain and Argentina has been found dead in his car.

Ex-Para Stephen Hood – who featured in iconic film footage celebrating victory at the battle of Goose Green – died just hours after Argentine president Cristina de Kirchner reignited the sovereignty row over the islands.
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‘Tragically the war never goes away and Stephen found that difficult. He wouldn’t say much to me about it but I knew something was wrong. I used to call it his dead eyes, as if he was holding something back,’ his widow, Carol, said.
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When Hood went missing news bulletins were featuring the latest demands by President de Kirchner for Britain to surrender the Falklands. Television reports included the Goose Green footage of Hood and fellow paratroopers. He was shown smiling at the camera and drinking from a bottle of Bacardi.
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