U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein talked about the killing of a Baltimore homicide detective and crime in the city Thursday night at an appearance in Chicago.
Speaking at the Chicago Crime Commission annual dinner, Maryland’s former top federal prosecutor said Detective Sean Suiter worked closely with his office.
“Today, we are praying for Sean Suiter’s family and the Baltimore Police Department. But prayer is not enough,” Rosenstein said in remarks sent from the Department of Justice.
“The Baltimore City mayor admits that crime is ‘out of control.’ If that is true, people should be held accountable,” Rosenstein continued. “Crime is not like the weather....