Tamir Rice shooting: Cleveland police officer Loehmann fired
A white police officer who fatally shot a 12-year-old black boy in Cleveland, Ohio, in November 2014 has been fired for lying on his cadet application.
Timothy Loehmann opened fire on Tamir Rice as he played with a pellet gun, sparking widespread protests.
City officials announced Mr Loehmann's sacking and a 10-day suspension for his partner at the scene, Frank Garmback.
The penalties come more than a year after a grand jury declined to indict them in the boy's death.