Tamir Rice

The expert also found that the 12-year-old's toy gun was not visible to either Loehmann or his partner, Frank Garmback, the report notes. And contrary to findings by experts hired by the lawyers for the police department, Loehmann shot Tamir less than a second after exiting the patrol car, not 1.7 seconds.

"I saw the weapon in his hands coming out of his waistband and the threat to my partner and myself was real and active."

Lawyers for Tamir Rice's family have released two outside reports that call his shooting "unreasonable and unjustified."

Consultant W. Ken Katsaris, who is also a certified Florida law enforcement officer instructor, called the Nov. 2014 incident tragic, but "objectively reasonable."

The prosecutor overseeing the case of Tamir Rice was blasted for comments he made that suggest the grieving mother of the slain boy has "economic motives."

An ineffective system has left Tamir Rice and Eric Garner -- two high-profile police brutality victims of the previous year -- off the federal government's official record of homicides by officers. In fact, out of 18,000 law enforcement agencies across the United States, 17,776 refused to provide such data

Two reports commissioned by Cuyahoga County, Ohio prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty found that police officer Timothy Loehmann fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice was “reasonable,”…

FBI Director James B. Comey described the information as vital in the ongoing debate over policing in the United States.

Indianapolis police fatally shot a 15-year-old boy who they accuse of accelerating a car towards them.

County prosecutors have said that a grand jury will decide if the charges will be filed.

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