A film on the life of Tamir Rice is in development. Rice's mother, Samaria Rice, BlueAngel Entertainment and Nonara Productions are the producers.
The police officer who shot and killed Tamir Rice—a 12-year-old Black kid who was playing with a toy gun—has been fired.
Interviews with the two officers responsible for killing 13-year old Tamir Rice have surfaced. The one who didn’t pull the trigger says they didn’t know it was a kid, obviously.
In a settlement, the City of Cleveland will pay the family of Tamir Rice $6 million. The 12-year-old black boy was fatally gunned down by police who mistook his pellet gun for a real gun back in 2014.
The city of Cleveland seem to be the masters of making a bad situation worse, this after officials sent the grieving family of slain boy Tamir Rice a bill for his emergency ambulance ride. The city wants the family to pay a $450 bill, plus $50 for miles, even though city officers gunned Rice down.
Details have emerged in the Tamir Rice case, and they could be potentially explosive. Reports are swirling about that the grand jury overseeing the matter never voted to indict the Cleveland cops that shot and killed the boy.
While many want LeBron James to protest in honor of Tamir Rice, the NBA giant admits that he’s not fully informed on the 12-year-old boy’s story. On Monday a grand jury decided not to indict the Cleveland officer who shot Rice at a park last November.
Even though a grand jury opted not to indict the shooting officer, Tamir Rice was still a 12-year-old boy who lost his life at the hands of the person hired to protect and serve. There’s no way around that fact.
The shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice at the hands of the Cleveland Police Department has ended with the family of the boy unable to seek justice for the slaying. Monday afternoon (Dec. 28), the county prosecutor in the case suggested to the grand jury that the officers who shot and killed Rice acted under […]
The two Cleveland police officers who were involved in the gunning down of 12-year-old Tamir Rice have released statements regarding the case. Officer Timothy Loehman claims that he ordered the boy to show his hands ahead of firing his service weapon.
The 2014 death of Tamir Rice remains as one of the most tragic events of the several that have occurred between white police officers and a shooting victim of color. Lawyers for Rice’s family have presented two new reports from outside sources that suggest that the 12-year-old Cleveland boy’s killing was both unreasonable and preventable.