I heard a radio 4 reporter suggest that someone was charles menenez was "wrongly suspected"

can someone be "wrongly suspected"? Doesn't suspicion include the possibilty of being wrong?
It means the suspicion itself was wrong. The man is not guilty at all.

I agree with you that suspition include yes and no and what between the two. I think "wrongly suspected" is just the way people use , not pretty logical.