An angry America but killing each other isn't the answer
CLEVELAND - Charlie LeDuff visits Cleveland's west side, in the neighborhood where 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot a couple years ago. He was the kid sitting on a swing with what turned out to be a BB gun.
Since then, the Cleveland Police have been under a federal consent agreement about the use of force.
"We're better together than we are separate. We need to unite as one. We need to keep it going; we need to just stop all the violence that's going on. Killing on another is not going to make it better for anybody else," says Theresa Pope. "This is somebody's son; this is somebody's daughter; this is somebody's grandson; this is somebody's neice, nephew, whatever, daughter, son, mother, father, whatever the case is. You think about it, if one of your family members got gunned down."
At the site of Tamir's shooting is also a memorial for Officer Jonathan Schroeder, who was shot and killed 10 years ago in the neighborhood trying to arrest a rapist.
"Keep it cool and love each other, America"