Baltimore Police Detective Sean Suiter was shot in the head with his own service weapon. He died the next day. His murder is being investigated by the Baltimore City Police Department. Somewhere else that would essentially end the story until an arrest wasmade, but this is Baltimore with its infamous police department and clueless commissioner. Baltimore-- whose police department has an egregious history of systemic abuse and corruption. Baltimore-- where the police commissioner admitted that tangible evidence in Detective Suiter's case was scarce and admonished the Black community for giving voice to their theories about what happened and followed it up by offering his theories about what happened to any open microphone. His favorite theory to date is that there is no link between Detective Suiter's upcoming grand jury testimony and his murder. On what sliver of the scarce evidence is that theory based? Why is this theory being pushed so hard? Why haven't we heard from the detective's partner (the only one alive who saw the shooter? Join the panel as they discussthese and other questions raised by the police investigation of the murder.
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