Cleveland EMS captain fired over offensive Tamir Rice Facebook posts says someone else posted them – cleveland.com

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — A former Cleveland emergency medical services captain fired in 2016 for posts on his Facebook account about 12-year-old Tamir Rice’s death is suing the city, claiming his rights were violated and that someone else put up the posts on

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