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Baltimore homicide detective shot dead with his OWN gun

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REVEALED: Baltimore homicide detective shot dead with his OWN gun was due to testify against fellow officers indicted for drug-dealing
  • Baltimore homicide detective Sean Suiter was fatally shot on November 15
  • He was shot in the head with his own service weapon and died the next morning
  • The 43-year-old was preparing to testify against fellow officers indicted in a drug-running scheme
  • They allegedly conspired with Philadelphia cops to sell cocaine and heroin
  • Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis claims these things aren't related


Baltimore police officer who was killed with his own service weapon was preparing to testify against fellow officers indicted in a drug-running scheme.

Sean Suiter, 43, was fatally shot in the head on November 15, and authorities say there is evidence of a struggle, according to the Baltimore Sun.

At the time of his murder, the homicide detective was scheduled to testify before a federal grand jury about a case that alleged police in his city had conspired with cops in Philadelphia to sell cocaine and heroin.

The drugs they were going to sell were allegedly seized from the streets of Baltimore, Philly.com reported.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis has claimed that there is no link between Suiter's death and the drug-running indictment.

'The BPD and the FBI do not possess any information that this incident is part of any conspiracy,' Davis told the Baltimore Sun.

Suiter worked for the Baltimore force for 18 years; he leaves behind a wife and two children.

He was shot around 4pm on November 15, after approaching a suspicious pan in the Harlem Park neighborhood.

Suiter died the next morning from his wounds after doctors worked for hours in an attempt to save him.
Davis said just after his death that Suiter was 'juts doing his job on behalf of the city' when he was shot.

He said authorities are offering a $215,000 award and imploring anyone with information that could lead to an arrest in Suitor's murder to come forward.


he neighborhood where the officer was shot has a number of vacant row houses and has been the scene of numerous shootings over the years.

Wednesday's shooting of the police officer comes amid a particularly violent period in Baltimore.

So far this year, the city of less than 620,000 inhabitants has seen over 300 homicides.



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Cops killed the cop, this investigation is over.
 

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What did he expect? The cops must be dealing with the Mexicans who did the hit. He got lured into a trap. Nobody is safe until the Feds clean it out and I am not sure they can do it.
 

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Those cops he was going to testify against sure are lucky, don't you think?
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis has claimed that there is no link between Suiter's death and the drug-running indictment.
'The BPD and the FBI do not possess any information that this incident is part of any conspiracy,' Davis told the Baltimore Sun."
So that's that I guess...the commissioner has spoken. There. is. no. conspiracy. ...just incredibly fortuitous timing for the scumbag pigs. Those FBI guys get really pricey muffins, so no way they could be wrong.

...now we just hold our breath and wait for someone to collect that $215k reward and justus to be served. Yep, no doubt the drug smuggling in Baltimore is going to get shut down now!
 

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Cops killed the cop, this investigation is over.
The "investigation" will continue until all the non-conformists have been eliminated, or have their stories perfectly adhering to the narrative.

Cops who turn on other cops are fair game for elimination, and the beat goes on.

Honest and ethical people do not remain in law enforcement.
 

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Honest and ethical people do not remain in law enforcement.
That's precisely what so many don't seem to get. They say stuff that sounds logical and reasonable like: "it's only a few bad apples" and "you can't paint with a broad brush", but what they fail to realize is that the corruption in these inner city police forces is systemic. Good cops are not only not encouraged, they're actively eliminated...until there's nothing left save those that either look the other way in the face of corruption or actively participate in the corruption.
 

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So that's that I guess...the commissioner has spoken. There. is. no. conspiracy. ...just incredibly fortuitous timing for the scumbag pigs. Those FBI guys get really pricey muffins, so no way they could be wrong.

...now we just hold our breath and wait for someone to collect that $215k reward and justus to be served. Yep, no doubt the drug smuggling in Baltimore is going to get shut down now!
Evidently the commish is taking bribes too.
 

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Evidently the commish is taking bribes too.
After the Freddie Gray killing and the Justice Dept report on the Baltimore police the last thing the commish wants is for the world to know the real truth about Baltimore's finest.

https://www.justice.gov/opa/file/883366/download

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/just...ngs-investigation-baltimore-police-department

After the report came out Jeff Sessions comes along:

Jeff Sessions Slams Deal to Monitor Baltimore Police
http://www.breitbart.com/law-enforc...sions-slams-deal-to-monitor-baltimore-police/

Delay request of Baltimore police deal gives insight into Sessions’ Justice Department
https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/apr/3/jeff-sessions-seek-delay-baltimore-police-review-o/
 

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We're all so cynical here.
 

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REVEALED: 'Corrupt' ex-cop SET UP slain Baltimore detective so he would find a stash of planted heroin and frame a drug dealer that he wanted off the streets
  • Sean Suiter was going to testify about a 2010 search of drug dealer Umar Burley's car
  • He carried out the search at the request of Wayne Jenkins, one of the seven former officers now on trial for federal racketeering charges
  • Jenkins allegedly planted 28 grams of heroin in Burley's vehicle then told Suiter - who he said was 'clueless' about the plot - to look inside it
  • The discovery of the drugs led to Burley being sentenced to 15 years in prison
  • On November 16, Suiter, 43, was shot in the head as he canvassed about a year-old murder case he was working on
  • His partner took cover and did not see his killer who is yet to be identified
  • Suiter was due to testify before the grand jury in Jenkins' case on November 17
  • Federal prosecutors have now charged Jenkins with additional charges over the 2010 incident
  • As a result, the Baltimore PD finally relinquished their murder probe into Suiter's death and asked the FBI to take over
  • Suiter was never suspected of being involved in the corruption scheme
  • It is now clear when he learned the drugs he found in 2010 had been 'planted'


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