Mother Of Tamir Rice Calls Out Black Lives Matter And Ben Crump In Shocking Smack Down

The Mother of Tamir Rice, Samaria Rice, is leading a group of concerned citizens to absolutely defang a radical far-leftist movement of social justice warriors, who appear to be seeking fame and money rather than helping communities heal from devastating losses. She called out the “ambulance chasers” out by name and demanded they stop exploiting people’s deaths and injustices for profit.

“Step down from the spotlight of our fights. Do not do any more interviews, make any more t-shirts, or hold press conferences or events in the name of our loved ones anymore. Do not use our loved ones to market any events,” Samaria Rice said in a released statement, directed to Ben Crump and other high-profile celebrity personalities and actors.

Benjamin Crump, a prominent Civil Rights attorney, who has gotten major settlements for his clients in some overly aggressive ways,  is being dragged around social media and highlighted as a corrupt figure, by members of the Black Community, who he claims to champion. It is noteworthy due to his connections to Democrat Kamala Harris, who has encouraged his lawless tactics have to shape powerful social justice movements that taunt and harass Americans and prevent an entire nation from healing.


Although the city did not admit wrongdoing, they settled out of court. From a Guardian article in 2016: “The city of Cleveland, Ohio, has agreed to pay $6m to the family of Tamir Rice to settle a lawsuit over the 12-year-old’s fatal shooting by a police officer.

The payment will avert a federal civil rights case brought against city authorities by Tamir’s relatives over the death of “a young boy with his entire life ahead of him, full of potential and promise”, their attorneys said on Monday.

“Although historic in financial terms, no amount of money can adequately compensate for the loss of a life,” said a statement issued by the firm of Jonathan Abady, Earl Ward and Zoe Salzman, their lead counsel. “Nothing will bring Tamir back. His unnecessary and premature death leaves a gaping hole for those who knew and loved him that can never be filled.”

The details of the settlement were contained in a filing by judge Solomon Oliver to federal court in Cleveland on Monday morning. The city will pay Tamir’s family $3m this year and $3m next year. Tamir’s estate will receive $5.5m, while his mother, Samaria Rice, and his sister, Tajai Rice, will receive $250,000 each directly,” they reported.

Angela Stanton King, who has been a guest of David Harris Jr, posted on March 15 about a post from the Mother of Tamir Rice, showing her concerns and frustration over the involvement of the Black Lives Matter movement and Crump’s actions as well as others.

Samaria Rice was banned from Facebook after the post:

Rice’s further statement appeared on Twitter the next day placed by an associate. In the statement, a group of concerned people called out high profile activists in the Black Lives Matter and complained about being mistreated and having the death of her child exploited by them.

“OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM SAMARIA RICE, MOTHER OF TAMIR RICE AND LISA SIMPSON, MOTHER OF RICHARD RISHER. Myself, @DaShaunLH, and @likefannielouhad a conference call with Samaria and Lisa, and below is their full statement regarding Tamika Mallory, Shaun King, Benjamin Crump etc,” the statement reads:

Rice claims that while Black Lives Matter and their numerous Global Grassroots marketing Platforms made massive amounts of money on exploring her story, she has received nothing and is living in poverty with other children.

She makes demands:

“Financial assistance for the Tamir Rice Foundation from all who have exploited Tamir Rice: Tamika Mallory, Shaun King, Benjamin Crump, and Black Lives Matter Global Network. I, Samaria Rice, purchased the building in 2018 and it needs remodeling, operational funds, etc.”


“Housing funds for Lisa Simpson, as I am battling homelessness with my current children. My son, Richard Risher, was killed by LAPD and I was offered no assistance from BLM. I am currently living in a motel with my children and need funds for housing.”

According to the Wikipedia page on the tragic incident, “On November 22, 2014, Tamir Rice, a 12-year old African-American boy, was killed in Cleveland, Ohio, by Timothy Loehmann, a 26-year-old white police officer. Rice was carrying a replica toy gun; Loehmann shot him almost immediately after arriving on the scene. Two officers, Loehmann and 46-year-old Frank Garmback, were responding to a police dispatch call regarding a male who had a gun.”

Samaria Rice has set up a foundation and purchased a building with a mission, according to her website:

“The Tamir Rice Foundation invests in the growth and enrichment of all children through after-school programs in arts and culture by allowing them to express their truth to improve their lives as they grow into young adults.

The Tamir Rice Foundation also seeks to advocate for police reform by advocating to change laws and implement new policies for the system with community oversight for police accountability and community reform dialogue.”

So the question is, why are people out making massive amounts of money for activism on the death of her child and not supporting her foundation, in her son’s honor?  And why is she being banned from social media for addressing this highly important matter? Where is Kamala Harris? Because she is also associated with Ben Crump, who has led this movement with the Trayvon Martin case.

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