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Police Firing

An appeals court in Ohio ruled against the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association in its suit challenging the firing of former police officer Timothy Loehmann, who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice. Loehmann wasn’t fired for the deadly 2014 shooting but was fired two-and-a-half years later for lying on his application to become a Cleveland police officer.

CLEVELAND — An appeals court in Ohio ruled against the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association in its suit challenging the firing of former police officer Timothy Loehmann, who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice. Loehmann wasn’t fired for the deadly 2014 shooting but was fired two-and-a-half years later for lying on his application to become a Cleveland police officer.  

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