In Cleveland on Friday, anger over the decision not to charge the police officers involved in the death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice reached the neighborhood of the prosecutor who handled the case. According to The Guardian, about 100 protesters marked New Year’s Day by marching to the home of Cuyahoga County prosecutor Timothy McGinty. Once there, they lay prostrate on the sidewalk for four minutes: the time Rice lay unattended after he was shot on November 23rd, 2014. The message was clear: McGinty must not be re-elected. Latonya Goldsby, Tamir’s cousin and the spokesman for his family, said “It’s very important for the community to understand that we are doing a rally cry, and vote McGinty out of office."