The St. Louis County Police Department Chimed in On Tamir Rice For Some Ill-Advised Reason Before Deleting Post

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Early this morning, shortly before 9 a.m., someone with access to the St. Louis County Police Department City of Fenton Precinct penned this horribly ill-advised Facebook post chiming in on the Tamir Rice situation here in Cleveland. It has since been deleted, but here's a screenshot of the buffoonery, courtesy of BuzzFeed. Yes, the screed begins with the deep thought of "Kids will be kids? (which is basically the real-life version of "Crime, boy, I don't know.")




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