The boy, who has been identified as Tamir E. Rice, had an “airsoft” toy gun with the orange indicator removed, said police. He was in critical condition on Saturday night and died early Sunday morning, a MetroHealth official confirmed to BuzzFeed News.
At 0:11 you can hear KABC 7 News’ correspondent Leanne Suter tell her colleague to “look at the blood.” The clip isn’t as gruesome on camera as it probably was for the California newscaster who was shot in the hand by a BB pellet during a weather segment. Local police arrested two teenagers who fired the pellets from their backyard. (via Daily News and Gawker.)
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