|Still no answers to why Cleveland Police shot Tamir Rice.|
It's been one year since the Tamir Rice shooting and there's no indictment.
The U.S. Justice Department is still involved in the Tamir Rice shooting. A rookie officer Timothy Loehmann shot Tamir at a Cleveland community center after answering a dispatcher call on a man with a firearm.
The dispatcher failed to tell the officer and his partner that it "probably looks fake".
Loehmann shot Tamir within two seconds of arrival.
The family continues to demand answers to why the law would shoot first and question last.
There was a rally last night in the park where Tamir was shot. His family doesn't want the junk food media to smear his name.
They believe the Cuyahoga County prosecutor is not doing enough. They are calling upon his removal. They want Ohio governor John Kasich to appoint a special prosecutor to handle the case.
For the rational thinkers, I seriously believe that Loehmann made a reckless call. He should be fired immediately. If he does face charges, he should be indicted for involuntary manslaughter.
Somehow I get this feeling they'll drag this out all way to the point where they have find the call was justified.
The concern trolls, conservative agitators and #AllLivesMatter crowd will say that Tamir shouldn't have the right to operate a pellet gun. He should not have taken off the orange tip. He was in the wrong. Loehmann was trained correctly.
Only good boys have the right to operate a pellet gun. He was a no good thug because of his parents and the city he lived in.
This is what I expect from the concern troll crowd.