The Tamir Rice Case: Why Is It So Hard to Prosecute Cops?

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Yesterday's decision by a Cleveland grand jury not to bring charges in the death of 12-­year-­old Tamir Rice has drawn attention to the high hurdles to pursuing criminal charges when police kill a suspect ­­ even a child. Activists and Rice's family are weighing their options. Wesley Lowery is the national reporter for the Washington Post.