In reports completed by the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s office, there are two outside experts that claim the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, at the hands of officer-in-training Timothy Loehmann, was “objectively reasonable.”

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The experts include Kimberly A. Crawford, Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI and S. Lamar Sims, Senior Chief Deputy District Attorney in Denver. Upon completion of his report, Sims says that the decision made by Loehmann to shoot Rice was in fact, reasonable.

“There can be no doubt that Rice’s death was tragic and, indeed, when one considers his age, heartbreaking,” Sims writes in his report. “However, for all of the reasons discussed herein, I conclude that Officer Loehmann’s belief that Rice posed a threat of serious physical harm or death was objectively reasonable as was his response to that perceived threat.”

Crawford Report | Sims Report

Subodh Chandra, an attorney for the Rice family – who also has the support of Hillary Clinton – says that any expert from the prosecution’s side is “pro-police” and are pawns in the “whitewashing of the case,” according to CNN.

“Any presentation to a grand jury — without the prosecutor advocating for Tamir — is a charade,” Chandra said. “To get so-called experts to assist in the whitewash — when the world has the video of what happened — is all the more alarming.”

These reports come right before a grand jury decides if charges will be brought against Loehmann, or not.

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After a call to the police with reports of a young man with a gun (one that was a toy gun), officers Loehmann and Frank Garmback showed up to the scene, and without hesitation, shot Rice outside of a playground in Cleveland. It was all caught on tape.