‘We Own This City‘ deals with the corruption within the Baltimore Police DepartmentBased on Justin Fenton’s 2021 nonfiction book of the same name. It focuses on the morally grey and corrupt actions of the BPD’s Gun Trace Task ForceIt includes officers such Wayne Jenkins Daniel Hersl. HoweverIt also covers the unique case of the untimely death Detective Sean M. Suiter and his work in the BPD’s homicide department. Suiter’s wife briefly appears in the show’s third episode. ThereforeViewers must be curious to learn more about her, her past and whereabouts. InIn that case, we have everything you need! SPOILERS BEFORE!
Who Is Sean Suiter’s Wife?
Detective Sean M. SuiterA police officer who worked for The Baltimore Police Department. AfterAs a patrolman SuiterHe was assigned to the Drug Investigation Department. He later swapped the plainclothes for a trenchcoat and joined the BPD’s homicide division. SuiterTo a woman Nicole Suiter. HoweverIt is not known how. Sean Nicole met. TheCouple had five children together and lived in Southern Pennsylvania.
On November 15, 2017, NicoleThat is what I learned SeanHad been in an accident on duty and was taken to hospital. She rushed to the hospital only to learn of her husband’s passing. SeanWhile investigating a case of homicide with his partner, he was shot in the head. Bennett Place. Initially, NicoleShe was informed that her husband had been injured but was okay. HoweverShe was informed by the hospital about his passing. Sean Suiter’s death received widespread media attention as he was set to testify against the Gun Trace Task Force members.
Where Is Sean Suiter’s Wife Now?
After Sean’s death, the police investigation treated the case as a homicide. HoweverThere were no arrests and an independent investigation was authorized. The report ruled Sean’s death to be a suicide. However, NicoleShe claimed that her husband had been killed. SheInsisted that SeanDid not present any signs that could indicate a suicide possibility. NicoleHe recalled that she had spoken to him just hours before his death. SeanWe joked about a video of Sean’s BPD colleagues dancing.
“[I] will not go on allowing anybody to shame my husband’s name and ruin his legacy with these false allegations of suicide,” NicoleIn 2018, WMAR2 interviewed him. SheFurther, it is alleged that Sean’s murder was being covered up by the police. “BasedI am not willing to accept my husband’s untimely passing because I know him better than anyone. Sean as nothing other than a murder, which is being covered up for reasons unknown to me or my family,” she added.
While the police closed the case as suicide, the state’s attorney has said that the case of Sean’s death is still open. Nicole has also expressed her views on her husband’s death in the documentary film ‘The Slow Hustle.’ SheCurrently resides with her five children in Pennsylvania. In 2020, Sean’s family won a workers’ compensation case and was granted $900,000 compensation for his death in the line of duty. AtThe time is now Nicole called the court’s decision as partial admittance of her husband’s death as murder. She continues to fight for justice for her husband’s supposed murder.
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