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Sentences forShooting of Tamir Rice

  • Following the separate fatal police shootings of John Crawford III and Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy in Ohio, while each were holding BB guns, grand juries decided not to indict any of the officers involved.John Kasich-Wikipedia
  • On November 24, 2014, Anonymous shut down the Cleveland city website and posted a video after Tamir Rice, a twelve-year-old boy armed only with a BB gun, was shot to death by a police officer in a Cleveland park.Anonymous (group)-Wikipedia
  • The grand jury system in the United States came under renewed criticism following three high-profile cases in 2014, where police officers killed Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Tamir Rice.Grand juries in the United States-Wikipedia
  • As bidding proceeded, purported bidders began using fake names such as "Donald Trump" and "Tamir Rice" to place large bids on the weapon, which were interpreted as a joke.George Zimmerman-Wikipedia
  • King has raised money for multiple causes including the Tamir Rice shooting, and various incidents where the Black Lives Matter movement has been involved.Shaun King-Wikipedia
  • Also in 2014, Crump represented the family of Tamir Rice, an African-American youth who was killed by police in Cleveland, Ohio while holding a toy gun.Benjamin Crump-Wikipedia

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