Killer-Cop Who Murdered Tamir Rice welcomed on Amateur Football Team

Loehmann, who shot and killed Tamir Rice in 2014,
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Black Lives Matter Cleveland and Black Spring Cleveland protested outside the practice of the Cleveland Warriors this weekend in North Royalton after it was revealed the amateur football team, composed of cops and first responders, had welcomed Timothy Loehmann (above) to the squad and, according to former players, attempted to hide his identity from his teammates.

Loehmann, who shot and killed Tamir Rice in 2014, has been on the team for a number of years, according to WEWS and Ideastream.

This despite the objections of some teammates, six of whom, all young and Black, have been kicked off the team after voicing their concerns, according to former player Randy Knight.

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