Slain Baltimore cop was set to testify against fellow officers

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A Baltimore homicide detective was killed with his own service weapon as he was preparing to testify against fellow officers indicted in a drug-running scheme.

Sean Suiter, 43, was fatally shot in the head on Nov. 15 and authorities said there was evidence of a struggle, The Baltimore Sun reported on Wednesday.  

Suiter was scheduled to testify before a federal grand jury about a case that alleged cops in his city had conspired with officers in Philadelphia to sell cocaine and heroin seized from the streets of Baltimore, according to Philly.com.

Slain Baltimore cop was set to testify against fellow officers

A Baltimore homicide detective was killed with his own service weapon as he was preparing to testify against fellow officers indicted in a drug-running scheme. Sean Suiter, 43, was fatally shot in …

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6 thoughts on “Slain Baltimore cop was set to testify against fellow officers

  1. See what happens to “good cops”?

    The cops killed one of their own for trying to uphold the law, and put the whole neighborhood under martial law to chase his phantom killer.

    They should de-fund the entire Baltimore police department, because this incident proves they’re all crooked. (and they’re certainly not stopping any crime there)

  2. So now we know who killed him. Cops. And the lock down was looking for a witness that seen cops kill their own. Mystery solved. Go back to sleep.

  3. There was a deputy for Williamson County Texas that killed himself for an insurance scam. They locked the neighborhood down. The article listed isn’t the only example. The bill of rights doesn’t apply anymore. Accept that and act accordingly.

  4. HE STRUGGLED WITH HIMSELF AND THEN COMITTED SEWERCIDE..
    BY SHOOTING HIMSELF IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD…….

    FOUR TIMES……….

  5. “A Baltimore homicide detective was killed with his own service weapon as he was preparing to testify against fellow officers indicted in a drug-running scheme.”

    The price one pays for underestimating the enemy.

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