What I like about the song "Suspect" is that it is the lament of one falsely accused, attacked, arrested, tried, judged, convicted, punished, etc, based on prejudice, personal bias, political correctness (yech! :p ) and popular opinion.
At the same time these outstanding lyrics also call to account those persons, and systems, who so falsely & unjustly treat their suspects in the name of "truth" and "justice."
"Suspect" speaks to me of wrongs done to others, particularly the injustices done to male survivors
especially by those persons & systems you would expect would protect & help them.
Including the injustices done to male survivors by supposed friends and supporters concerning their disclosing of their truths as male survivors to them.
(re: the thread "Rejection" in Male Survivors...)