Detective Sean Suiter /// 276 /// 277

 

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  • RACHEL
    RACHEL O-H-I-O
    So here is my two cents: I thought it was odd that you mentioned this rogue bad cop unit used to film themselves making all these bogus busts or whatever, and that the examination of the crime scene and finding the bullet was also recorded. Seems like a modus operandi to me :) Also, would explain the partner's changing stories because he may be fearful of personal repercussions. One question I had was did Suiter shout "Stop, police!" or just "stop?" Not sure if it means anything but if he just yelled stop, I would find it odd that he didn't feel the need to identify himself to whomever he was speaking to. It could be explained by him wearing a uniform. But the detectives that I have spoken with in my lifetime have actually all been in street clothes. Just somethings that make me go hmmm....

    So here is my two cents: I thought it was odd that you mentioned this rogue bad cop unit used to film themselves making all these bogus busts or whatever, and that the examination of the crime scene and finding the bullet was also recorded. Seems like a modus operandi to me smile Also, would explain the partner's changing stories because he may be fearful of personal repercussions. One question I had was did Suiter shout "Stop, police!" or just "stop?" Not sure if it means anything but if he just yelled stop, I would find it odd that he didn't feel the need to identify himself to whomever he was speaking to. It could be explained by him wearing a uniform. But the detectives that I have spoken with in my lifetime have actually all been in street clothes. Just somethings that make me go hmmm....

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Hi Rachel, Suiter was in street cloths and the way the report read is his partner for the day Bomenka said he heard Suiter yell “stop, stop, stop, police” I think the stop three times suggests either the person was coming toward him rather than trying to flee or Suiter was already under attack. I still think a cop killer might be on the loose. -Nic

    Hi Rachel,
    Suiter was in street cloths and the way the report read is his partner for the day Bomenka said he heard Suiter yell “stop, stop, stop, police”
    I think the stop three times suggests either the person was coming toward him rather than trying to flee or Suiter was already under attack.
    I still think a cop killer might be on the loose.
    -Nic

  • It doesnt matter what my name is, u dont know me
    It doesnt matter what my name is, u dont know me Parts well known
    U guys mentioned training day, have u ever watched the Shield? This sounded almost like they based their show on these guys. Great episode. Super interesting.

    U guys mentioned training day, have u ever watched the Shield? This sounded almost like they based their show on these guys. Great episode. Super interesting.

  • anonymous
    anonymous somewhere usa
    TCG is awesome although listening at 2am makes things creepier The blood spatter on his cuff would normally be used to indicate that his hand wasn't under someone else's control when the was shot. Reason is that the other persons hand would be expected to block the blood splatter in that area. Obviously everyone who has kids or small pets knows that physics sometimes takes a day off.

    TCG is awesome although listening at 2am makes things creepier

    The blood spatter on his cuff would normally be used to indicate that his hand wasn't under someone else's control when the was shot. Reason is that the other persons hand would be expected to block the blood splatter in that area.

    Obviously everyone who has kids or small pets knows that physics sometimes takes a day off.

  • Blayne
    Blayne Arkansas
    This is all just my opinion, but I don't find it odd that Detective Suiter was going to the funeral home website simply because, as a homicide detective you would use whatever tools are available. Maybe someone died that was tied to someone he was investigating and by reading the obituary he found this Mary person. Also why would Suiter chose a location to kill himself that he knows a camera is present and actually uses the building's footage for investigations. I think that there is definitely think there is a cop killer on the loose.

    This is all just my opinion, but I don't find it odd that Detective Suiter was going to the funeral home website simply because, as a homicide detective you would use whatever tools are available. Maybe someone died that was tied to someone he was investigating and by reading the obituary he found this Mary person. Also why would Suiter chose a location to kill himself that he knows a camera is present and actually uses the building's footage for investigations. I think that there is definitely think there is a cop killer on the loose.

  • Ms. Tyk
    Ms. Tyk MA
    The strongest piece of evidence towards suicide, is where the gun was found-- underneath Suiter. A peep wouldn't have rolled him over to drop the gun. The gun would have been dropped away from the officer.

    The strongest piece of evidence towards suicide, is where the gun was found-- underneath Suiter. A peep wouldn't have rolled him over to drop the gun. The gun would have been dropped away from the officer.

  • jason
    jason Ohio
    Seems like if he was kneeling down and put gun behind his right ear the gun would have fell to the side of him and not underneath him. dont remember what knee he was on but if it was his right knee i would think with all his weight on that knee he would fall forward and to the left away from the gun.

    Seems like if he was kneeling down and put gun behind his right ear the gun would have fell to the side of him and not underneath him. dont remember what knee he was on but if it was his right knee i would think with all his weight on that knee he would fall forward and to the left away from the gun.

  • Renee
    Renee Florida
    I think its possible that he is in pursuit of someone when he is ambushed from behind. He runs in after someone then he stops because he has lost sight of what he is watching when a bad guy comes up from behind him. Bad guy is able to disarm him and tells him to get down on his knee then the struggle for the gun begins. During that struggle three shots are fired with the last one being fatal. If the bad guy lets go upon that last shot it is plausible that the officer drops to the ground while falling on top of the gun. If they are fighting over the gun that explains the gun in the cuff and the lack of another's DNA. Just a thought from a LEO. I think you have to keep it a homicide and allow his family to benefit from his service until there is 100% proof otherwise.

    I think its possible that he is in pursuit of someone when he is ambushed from behind. He runs in after someone then he stops because he has lost sight of what he is watching when a bad guy comes up from behind him. Bad guy is able to disarm him and tells him to get down on his knee then the struggle for the gun begins. During that struggle three shots are fired with the last one being fatal. If the bad guy lets go upon that last shot it is plausible that the officer drops to the ground while falling on top of the gun. If they are fighting over the gun that explains the gun in the cuff and the lack of another's DNA. Just a thought from a LEO. I think you have to keep it a homicide and allow his family to benefit from his service until there is 100% proof otherwise.

  • Ben
    Ben Nashville
    The two biggest thing that jump out to me are the gun and the radio. How is it that Suiter can continue holding onto the radio and not his gun? Why isn’t the gun still in his hand- instead of (placed?) underneath him? I assume Suiter was right handed, since he had the radio in his left hand. How could in be that his dominant hand loses grip on an item at the time of trauma, but his weaker hand holds on tight? Why wouldn’t his radio have been dropped and landed underneath his lifeless body just like his pistol did? Also, no one talks about the police car that he was transported in...? Dirty cops load a victims body(evidence) into a dirty cop car long enough to crash(and destroy evidence?) into another vehicle? Are police officers in Baltimore trained to drive defensively/ tacitically? Wouldn’t the police car his lifeless body was loaded into become evidence at that point? What happpens with the car after Suiter is removed from it? Chain of custody? Which officer was that particular car assigned to? Which officers loaded Suiter into it? Which officers removed him from it? Any type of body cam or car cam footage from the time Suiter is placed into the car to the time after the crash when his corpse is removed?

    The two biggest thing that jump out to me are the gun and the radio. How is it that Suiter can continue holding onto the radio and not his gun? Why isn’t the gun still in his hand- instead of (placed?) underneath him? I assume Suiter was right handed, since he had the radio in his left hand. How could in be that his dominant hand loses grip on an item at the time of trauma, but his weaker hand holds on tight? Why wouldn’t his radio have been dropped and landed underneath his lifeless body just like his pistol did? Also, no one talks about the police car that he was transported in...? Dirty cops load a victims body(evidence) into a dirty cop car long enough to crash(and destroy evidence?) into another vehicle? Are police officers in Baltimore trained to drive defensively/ tacitically? Wouldn’t the police car his lifeless body was loaded into become evidence at that point? What happpens with the car after Suiter is removed from it? Chain of custody? Which officer was that particular car assigned to? Which officers loaded Suiter into it? Which officers removed him from it? Any type of body cam or car cam footage from the time Suiter is placed into the car to the time after the crash when his corpse is removed?

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