Tamir Rice’s Mother Fires Benjamin Crump…

We first heard about this last week amid chatter in social media, and thanks to a link from Nivico it is now apparently confirmed – Tamir Rice’s mom, Samaria Rice, has fired Benjamin Crump as the family attorney in Cleveland.

Crumped Up Charges...From a local CLEVELAND article:

[…] Before the rally, Samaria Rice told Northeast Ohio Media Group that she is no longer being represented by attorneys Benjamin Crump and Walter Madison. She  dropped Crump and Madison last week and retained New York lawyers Jonathan Abady and Earl Ward, her third pair of lawyers since Tamir was killed.

“I wanted to make sure Tamir’s interests were put first,” she said. “I want the best representation for Tamir and myself. I needed to be able to sleep comfortably at night without wondering if someone was making decisions without my knowledge.”

Madison is the lawyer behind a group of clergy and activists who last week filed affidavits in Cleveland Municipal Court asking a judge to find probable cause to arrest Loehmann and Garmback.

Samaria Rice said that decision was made without her. (link)

Samaria Rice is referencing a strategy that Benjamin Crump formulated to circumvent the legal process and FORCE the local prosecutor to file charges against the police.

The strategy is explained HERE.

The lying, scheming, falsification of evidence and the malicious social media attacks by  Benjamin Crump are well known.

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40 Responses to Tamir Rice’s Mother Fires Benjamin Crump…

  1. John Galt says:

    “I wanted to make sure Tamir’s interests were put first,” she said.

    Waving and pointing a realistic looking Colt 1911 replica was not in Tamir’s interests. Hard to lawyer around that fundamental fact.

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    • Suzee says:

      Or as a CNN anchor described: JUST at “12-year-old playing with a toy gun,” conveniently omitting that it wasn’t a “toy,” it was a real pellet gun, (which can kill you if shot in you eye), and that he was standing beside a busy road pointing the gun at cars.

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    • James F says:

      Taking off the mandatory bright orange safety tip takes considerable effort and was a deliberate act. The whole reason that orange tip is required by law on replica guns is to avoid unfortunate scenarios like this one.

      At very minimum the parents allowed the tip to be removed and possibly removed it themselves.

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      • Noflow says:

        I wonder, was such a modified “toy” used during the commission of an armed crime prior to this child’s death?

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      • Justice_099 says:

        According to articles, one of his friends sold him the BB gun earlier that day. The friend said it was malfunctioning and so he took it apart and fixed it but couldn’t get the orange tip back on.

        I’m not saying that I buy his story, but that is supposedly the story about how the gun lost its orange tip.

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      • froggielegs says:

        Doesn’t really take that much effort. My son had a few BB guns both hand guns and rifles and took it off all of them. They snapped right off with very little effort at all. They are only held on with a dab of glue. They are attached on the outside of the gun, not inside. Once he snapped it off, he sanded the opening of the gun and used black spray paint to cover any bit of orange that was left. (if there was any)

        With that said, my son also had rules he had to live by when he had them. 1 was, if you take the orange cap off, you are not allowed to take the gun beyond the back yard. He couldn’t even walk to the front yard with it. If he did, it became mine. The only irresponsible thing he ever did with them was he shot the plastic window on my shed. He had to replace it with his own money. My son was taught gun safety at a very early age. His brother is a cop as are uncles and cousins.

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      • Larry says:

        IT WAS STILL TUCKED IN HIS WAISTBAND WHEN HE WAS MURDERED. The police gave him no chance to show or tell them it was a toy.

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  2. crispyjoe says:

    I guess there are some roads that Ms. Rice dose not want to take. Either that or she wanted more money. I hope that it is the former.

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    • Art Deco says:

      Suggest that Crump may be a much better publicity hound than he is a lawyer. She may have just wanted a competent attorney who practices tort law, not the front man for Ryan Julison’s PR campaigns.

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  3. Gerald says:

    John Galt, you are correct, of course. But it’s still astute of her to notice that Crump was looking out for his own interests, not hers or her late son’s.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      I live in Florida. I am aware of a little bit of how the Florida Bar works. They have rules of professional responsibility that they take with utmost sincerity. The top of the bar is the Supreme Court of fForida. They are in charge 100% and the bar is self regulated. That is believe it or not, a good thing. But the tell in the Crump v. Ethics case is this.
      1. Crump hired at great expense a legal malpractice lawyer to represent him in the Zimmerman matter.
      2. Whatever happened to the Crump deposition?
      With Flabar actions you only find out about them in the Flabar Journal. Years later. Every lawyer in the state gets it to see who did what and who is disbarred or suspended. Suspended for 90 days is a death sentance for an unethical lawyer. The bar moves slowly. But my bet is that Crumpster has gotten a letter from them. A letter from Flabar is not a thing to brush off. So in honor of Mr. Crump I wish to dedicate this song. He will understand. Way to go CTH. The dreaded letter. Hi Bernie.

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  4. James F says:

    #GoHomeCrump
    Now he is free to pursue a lawsuit against confederate flag manufacturers and sellers on behalf of the AME church victims and Deray.

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    • James F says:

      Deray openly conspiring to breaking and entering, burglary, theft and vandalism on Twitter.

      deray mckesson – ‏@deray

      How many South Carolina electeds have the confederate flag on the wall in their office? Or in their home?

      The flagpole, low-hanging fruit.
      2:02 PM – 22 Jun 2015

      https://mobile.twitter.com/deray/status/613089769078325248

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I live in Mississippi where the Confederate Battle flag’s part of the state flag. I don’t own either at this point but I’m getting the overwhelming urge to go out and buy one of each, just to show that my choices aren’t made by some self-serving group of PC pushers.
        Note that the Battle Flag’s not spoken of as being banned due to not being in concert with the country’s morals, not that it’s unabashedly an offense to liberty and historical gains – no, it’s ‘prersonally offensive to a certain group’. Well waaaaah, waaaaah, waaaah, the Garvey rag and all other AFRICAN-american, MEXICAN-american and whatever ‘US-FIRST-american flags of cultural division are offensive to me. Let’s sit down and discuss banning ALL offensive representations of the rejection of American unity for a start. Yeah, that ^&^%$#@ rainbow piece of sheet too.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          For one time, and one time only I agree with Obama, and Bush. They belong in memorials to the Confederate Dead and Museums. It was along time ago. I hope we can stop fighting the Civil War. Slavery was the second biggest mistake America has ever made. Obama for two terms is the winner.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            OK, but as I said, let’s then remove the flags of other racist hyphenated-American groups from public display. i don’t consider the topic one sided – you throw out yours and we’ll throw out ours.

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            • doodahdaze says:

              Of course.

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              • czarowniczy says:

                I see a fight in Mississippi though as the flag as it stands was approved by 64% of the population in a referendum. Then again, the collective and majority will of the public’s of very little interest to the forces of progressive change. We can have our ‘democracy’, just only as much as they want us to have.

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                • doodahdaze says:

                  Court. Not MSM hype. This stuff is what our court system should decide. JMO. That is what the courts are supposed to do. Not cable TV and the now started scam upon the courts by the BGI, DNC, and all their MSM cohorts. Then it becomes a travesty to the US legal system.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  How about voters? Shouldn’t voters be allowed to decide what they want….oh yeah, forgot…..

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          • crispyjoe says:

            doodah I would like to recommend reading The Gray Book. It was publish in 1920 giving the accounts of Confederate veterans on why they fought the war. You can find it on the Library of Congress website or download it from Amazon for an dollar. Though, the kindle version has typographical errors in it.

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            • doodahdaze says:

              What does it say. I have several ancestors from Valdosta that were killed in that horrible War Between the States. I have read all the articles of secession by the Southern Slave States. But this is settled by the dead on both sides and the eventual preservation of the Union of states. They fail to look further back to Ponce de Leon. The Spanish, the Brits and such. St. Augustine was up and running before Plymouth. In the revolutin Florida extended to Lousyanna. A monument should be sacred. This is BGI and Prog nonsense and the start of the War Between the Americans. As Obama wants. JMO

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              • doodahdaze says:

                PS. Whether or not the memorial should be on current government property is a good question. Due to current jurisprudence. But so are all the BGI, Prog arguments IMO. I thin that it should go before a court of law. Not the political MSM court of social justice. JMO. When did we start deciding things on cable TV?

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              • crispyjoe says:

                The Gray Book present a series of arguments that The War Between the States was not about slavery but, tax money.

                That session was a right invoke by northen states during vigorous debates particularly during the debate to allow Texas into the Union.

                Documentation that the Emancipation Proclamation did not free any of the slaves.

                It is a very interesting look into history and human nature. It reminds me how we cannot judge the past with modern standards.

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                • Les says:

                  Goof luck with this. I tried to explain the Southern position one time and the yanks didn’t like it. haha

                  This is a concise explanation: http://blueandgraytrail.com/features/southerncauses.html
                  The Tariff of Abominations of 1828 cause South Caroline to secede from the Union. It taxed the South to pay for the North. Kinda how we now tax workers to pay for people to sit around their entire lives.

                  Nothing much has changed in this country. You have to wonder what it would be like now if it had played out differently…

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    • doodahdaze says:

      His credibility is now….ZERO, In Broad Daylight. He has none. Anyone who would hire this guy is a FOOL. At least this one figured it out. No judge is going to give him any leeway.

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  5. doodahdaze says:

    The CTH has done a job on that chump. My bet is that unseen people are doing one too.

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  6. nivico says:

    Does Crump know he was fired… he’s still tweeting about the case???

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    • franker01 says:

      Interesting that the last names of the father and son don’t match. We have custody of a couple of kids abandoned by dad but at least they have the same surname as the useless dad. Possibly Mr. Warner chose to do this upon advice from his Tax Adviser?

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      • nivico says:

        http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2014/11/tamir_rices_father_has_history.html

        Warner is estranged from Rice’s mother Samaria Rice, who pleaded guilty to drug trafficking last year and assault in 2001.

        The same year, on Dec. 8, 2001, she was the victim of domestic violence. Warner was her knife-wielding attacker at a home in the 3800 block of East 92nd Street, according to a court document. The report does not say if Rice was injured.

        Warner was convicted in the case and sentenced to one year of probation, records show. The court noted that Warner had a prior domestic violence conviction in Euclid Municipal Court.

        In 2010, Warner was arrested again for domestic violence. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years probation.

        Samaria Rice was the victim in that case, according to the court.

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    • nivico says:

      And it seems like the dad didn’t get the memo, either…

      “I find comfort in the love of my community who continues to stand with my family and activist such as the Cleveland 8 who all seek to bring my son’s killers to justice.”

      Aren’t he and the mom supposed to be mad at the Cleveland 8 and Crump for the probable cause stunt?

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  7. Millwright says:

    Pity Tamir Rice’s parent didn’t take as much interest in his activities and behaviors when he was alive as they now are in the details of his demise. But this is a ‘golden oldie’ soul tune we’ve heard many times before.

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  8. jeanmarc8 says:

    IANAL

    Perhaps the mother has fired Mr. Crump, while the father continues to retain Mr. Crump’s legal expertise. The mother and father did not seem to have a great connection and had no likely reason to mature that relationship. The release on the day before Father’s day may have been scripted several weeks ago.

    As for the overall diminution of Mr. Crump’s appeal, I think there are likely several reasons:
    1. Mr. Crump’s limited repertoire functioned best in the Travon Martin scenario in Sanford, Florida. There the prosecuting attorneys and even the judges seemed to go out of their way to cover Mr. Crump’s miscalculations and misrepresentations. His reputation was assisted by a press that seemed to accept whatever he claimed, with no effort to verify anything regardless of how illogical. The actual paperwork he submitted to the court does not seem likely to be cited in law school teaching files.
    2. There are plenty of local lawyers who have seen the limited skills required in Mr. Crump’s shtick, and are able to play that out without Mr. Crump’s involvement.
    3. Mr. Crump’s reputation was cut off at the knees in the Michael Brown case when the tapes of the convenience store were released. That action by Chief Jackson re-framed the news media, even if it ultimately costs him his job.

    Again IANAL.

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  9. talkaftercarefulthought says:

    probably couldn’t understand anything he was saying

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  10. Sandra says:

    Sundance, that picture you use is so hilarious. It’s like a parody of some old master painting. If only gargoyle guy where there, I forgot his name, the one who kept popping up at various events.

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