Video shows Tamir Rice’s sister tackled by cops after shooting

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -  New video has surfaced in the wake of the Tamir Rice shooting. In November, a Cleveland police officer shot and killed the 12-year old at a playground, in what seemed like an instant, while he was holding a toy gun, which was mistaken for a real one.

The shooting was caught on surveillance video from the nearby recreation center and released, in part, to the public.

Now the extended cut of the video has surfaced and it shows the shocking image of Tamir's 14-year-old sister being tackled and cuffed as she ran to approach her dying brother. It's unclear what may have been said between her and the cops, but it's clear they put her in the back of the squad car.

The sibling's mother is speaking publicly for the first time since the shooting.

"What me and his dad and our family is worried about is they're going to be held accountable for our son's murder," Samaria Rice said.

Tamir's case will go before a grand jury to determine whether to indict any officers involved; but, who answers for tackling a grieving 14-year-old girl?

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