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Call and Post (Newspaper) - January 7, 2015, Cleveland, OhioWilliam Francis Boydsr. Laid to rest see Story on Page 1b h a it 04 h 2 a v out t 58 january 7, 2015 january Ohio a Black news Leader a o in Ltd 3 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 All Ohio edition copyright 20is, Don King i chief Clifford Pinkney to Lead to investigation of Tamir Rice death just a of jazz u a m Quot a x # pm Fth ci3 a o a 2 Ltd a a. A it it r m z of 3 of d a by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter the City of Cleveland announced last Friday that it has formally transferred the Tamir Rice investigation Over to the Cuya hoga county sheriffs department. At the direction of Cuya hoga county executive Armond Budish the investigation will be conducted by chief Clifford Pinkney. Pinkney has 23 years of service with the sheriffs department starting As a Deputy sheriff in 1991 then working his Way up through the ranks. A being the first Black Ever to serve As chief i just want to treat my fellow workers fair a said Pinkney. He is the latest in a Long line of Black pioneers who holds the title of being the first in their area. A this decision to turn the investigation Over was made to ensure that transparency and an extra layer of separation and impartiality were established a said mayor Frank g. Jackson. A i believe that the Best Way to ensure accountability in a use of Force investigation is to have it completed by an outside in earlier press conferences it was Clear Jackson lost Faith in the Way things were handled with deaths of Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell and wanted things to be better for everyone involved. A ecu Yahola county sheriffs department is Well prepared to conduct this investigation. We have some of our most experienced detectives working this Case and in a confident that the investigation will be extensive a said Pinkney. A i intend to Lead this investigation with an understanding of the importance and Gravity of a thorough and systematic in 2012, Pinkney graduated from the . National Academy at Quantico Virginia. During his career he has participated in multiple High profile cases winning awards for service and actions at every level. Many feel this is great after the department of Justice just dropped a 58 Page report compiled by six Justice department lawyers and several Independent policing experts. The report found that systemic deficiencies and practices haunt the City a police department. The problems include insufficient accountability inadequate training ineffective policies and inadequate engagement with the Community. The police departments use of deadly Force investigation team has been collecting evidence since Rookie Cleveland police officer Timothy Loehmann shot Tamir nov. 22. The boy was waving an air soft Type gun in Cudell commons. Loehmann and his partner Frank Garmback thought the gun was real police said. Since the shooting Many have come out to protest the shooting. Many aspects of the shooting have come under scrutiny and activists As Well As attorneys representing Tamiris family have called for an outside Agency to investigate the incident. Michael Nelson an attorney and co chair of the Cleveland a acpt a criminal Justice committee recently held a meeting asking for police Reform. He Felt Good about Pinkney being the person heading up the investigation. The Cuya hoga county sheriffs department will then present the completed investigation to the Cuya hoga county prosecutors office for determination of possible charges. Cleveland a car Dale Jones leads Osja to champions Hin name Ohio state quarterback Cardale Jones holds the championship trophy following the big ten conference championship Mcaa College football game against Wisconsin in Indianapolis. Jones will Lead his team into a College football playoff matchup thursday night Jan. 1, 2015, in the super dome in new Orleans. A photo Michael Conroy file see Story on Page 2c. Local group provides options to youths and gun violence by Stacy Stewart contributing writer with numerous reports of gun violence heading both our National and local news last year and the outcomes of each event affecting All of us collectively a list of who a who leaders in the greater Cleveland area and surrounding suburbs have positively started 2015 off by taking note of a much needed change for our youth. A adults should Lead the Way in giving kids healthy options in life a says event organizer Randell Mcshepard. And on saturday Jan. 4 and sunday Jan. 5, 2015, the a shoot hoops not guns event did just that As the initiative was launched at the boys and girls club see gun/6c new county Council members ready for 2015 by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter last week the new members of Cuya hoga county Council were sworn in and after the ceremony Council held an organizational meeting to establish Council leadership As Well As a schedule of meetings for 2015 and 2016. Council members elected Dan Brady and Pemel Jones or. To serve As the body a president and vice president respectively for the upcoming two year session. Brady was challenged with another nomination for Yvonne Conwell who Only received a few votes. The ceremony consisted of former judges Lillian Greene and c Ellen Connally swearing everyone in. The spotlight was on Shontel Brown the new representative from District 9. A i am very overwhelmed and i am Happy honoured and Humble by the out pouring of everyone a kindness. I plan on helping my area get resources into their hands to live and better life is one of my top priorities a said Brown. Brown who came from Warrensville Heights City Shonteia Brown the new Cuya hoga county Council member of District 9, was sworn in at a ceremony. Photo by James w. Wade Iii Council has made a difference in the City since being elected. In 2007, Brown took a giant leap of Faith and started her own business. In 2009, she made focusing on the operations of her company her full time position. Brown is currently the owner of diversified digital solutions Lac. As the managing member she oversees nearly every aspect of the business. Some of her clients include Northeast Ohio regional sewer District Akron Summit county head Start Fortis College the Kym Sellers foundation and Metech corp just to name a few. A there Are far too Many people to name individually but i must acknowledge my family. My father Tony Brown who has been my biggest supporter of my political endeavours from the very beginning. My Mother Rikki Brown who i know would not have chosen this path for me but has always been my greatest encourager and inspiration constantly reassuring me that i can do anything i put my mind to a said Brown. See county/2a participating in the a shoot hoops not guns initiative is l to r Damien Forshe Tom Paige Mike Coleman Yvonne Pointer will Allen Austin Carr Fred Ward and Randell Mcshepard. Photo by Emanuel Wallace Blacks gain most from Obama care when medicaid expanded by Freddie Allen Nipa senior Washington correspondent Washington Nipa As families prepare to choose health insurance coverage during the open enrolment period a recent report by the Urban Institute shows that Blacks have the most to gain from the patient Protection and affordable care act Aca if the states they live in expand medicaid under the Law. The Urban Institute a action Fini i sweat nonprofit research group focused on social and economic policy estimated that Blacks will experience a the largest decreases in a insurance rates under full medicaid expansion a drop from 11.3 percent projected with current expansion decisions to 7.2 percent and the a insurance rate Gap Between Blacks and Whites will fall from 6.5 percent under current medicaid expansion to 2.6 percent with full expansion. However the Gap Between Black and White a insurance rates will remain closer to 7 percent at least for the near future because most Blacks live in states that have refused to expand medicaid under the Aca. The original Law passed in 2010, mandated medicaid expansion nationwide but the United states supreme court 2012 decision in the National federation of Independent business v. See Blacks/6c 1 wed thurs Fri sat Sun 1 11/3 13/13 19/0 8/4 28/13 j i i 4 7 Iff till t6�6-�6t8fr in Ian a ii so a

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