@Gustavo, Contributor posted:
Please reread what I explained above. "doing" and "being done" can only refer to the past if the reporting verb ("suspect," in this case) is in the past.
I did understand what you wrote, it's just that I am not completely convinced, even though your explenation was thorough and crystal clear. I also found these examples in the Cambridge online dictionary: "The police suspect him of carrying out two bomb attacks." and "I suspect him of stealing the silverware". Do you think these examples are an exception to the rule?