Frank Garmback

The expert also found that the 12-year-old's toy gun was not visible to either Loehmann or his partner, Frank Garmback, the report notes. And contrary to findings by experts hired by the lawyers for the police department, Loehmann shot Tamir less than a second after exiting the patrol car, not 1.7 seconds.

"I saw the weapon in his hands coming out of his waistband and the threat to my partner and myself was real and active."

Cleveland Police Dispatcher Beth Mandl, who failed to inform police officers the gun Tamir Rice had was a toy, has resigned.

The family of the late Tamir Rice has filed an amended wrongful death lawsuit against Cleveland police officers involved in the 12-year-old child’s shooting death.…