The Rice family lawyer said, “this is adding insult to homicide.
- Tamir Rice, 12, was shot by Cleveland police officer in November 2014
- In December, a grand jury declined to indict the two officers involved
- Now, the city is suing the family for unpaid emergency medical care bills
- The claims says the family owe $450 for ‘advance life support’ and $50 for the ambulance ride to the hospital where Tamir died
- The Rice family attorney’s branded the city’s callousness ‘breathtaking’