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Thursday, November 23, 2017

REVEALED: Baltimore homicide detective shot dead with his OWN gun was due to testify against fellow officers indicted for drug-dealing


By Daily Mail, Nov. 23, 2017 

A 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.

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