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Good past due decision, they obviously cannot clean their own department up.


Indeed - an abject and utter failure to clean their own corrupt and dishonest department and identify the criminals in their midst...

 

 

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Good past due decision, they obviously cannot clean their own department up.


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Balt. police FINALLY ask FBI to investigate officer's killing

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Baltimore police ask FBI to investigate officer's killing

 

Baltimore police officials have asked the FBI to take over the investigation into the fatal shooting of a homicide detective the day before he was set to testify in a police corruption case involving fellow officers.

 

Sean Suiter, 43, was shot in the head with his own gun after struggling with his killer November 15 in west Baltimore. Suiter died the next day at a hospital. The 18-year department veteran had been investigating a killing when he noticed a man acting suspiciously before the shooting.
 
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said the FBI and federal prosecutors have said Suiter was not a target of the investigation into several Baltimore officers with a gun task force who were federally indicted in March. There is no apparent connection between Suiter's killing and the corruption case, the commissioner said.
 
 
Seems like a pretty good idea to involve the FBI giving the circumstances.  For some reason, they refused FBI assistance earlier.

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