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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