Cleveland boy’s shooting by police ‘unreasonable’, family experts

Cleveland boy’s shooting by police ‘unreasonable’, family experts

Tamir Rice is seen allegedly pointing his weapon at the Cudell Recreation Center in Cleveland in still image from video

A Cleveland police officer’s shooting of a 12-year-old boy in a city park a year ago was unreasonable, experts hired by the child’s family said in reports an attorney wants submitted to a grand jury considering charges in the case. The reports over the fatal shooting of Tamir Rice, who was black, by a white officer were released late Saturday shortly after a county prosecutor disclosed a frame-by-frame analysis of a security camera video of the November 2014 shooting. A Cuyahoga County grand jury has been considering testimony over whether Cleveland Police Officer Timothy Loehmann and his partner Frank Garmback should be charged in Rice’s death.

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