Jun 12, 2015

What Really Happened In the Tamir Rice Shooting | PJ Tatler

Yesterday, a judge ruled there was probable cause to charge the police with murder in the case of young Tamir Rice's shooting death at the hands of a cop in Cleveland last fall:A judge in Ohio said on Thursday he had found probable cause to charge a police officer with murder for the fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice last year. Judge Ronald Adrine of the Cleveland municipal court said...

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