November 22 will mark the second anniversary of the Tamir Rice’s death. The 12-year-old was carrying a toy airsoft gun when officer Timothy Loehmann shot him within two seconds of arriving on the scene. A grand jury decided not indict the killer.
Tamir’s mother said she is “mad as hell” with the grand jury’s decision of declaring the officer not guilty. She went on to say, “He was my bright and shining star. He was full of light and laughter. Tamir had the potential to become anything in the World, but Officer Loehmann and Garmback didn’t give him a chance”.
Due to the corrupt system, Samaria Rice has a dead child.
However; he will always live in our hearts. Join us on November 26 to honor the memory of Tamir and show support to his family.
Cudell Recreation Center, Cleveland, Ohio 44102