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  • Key moments in fatal Pasco police shooting case

    Antonio Zambrano-Montes was shot at 17 times by three Pasco police officers on Feb. 10, 2015, after throwing rocks at officers and acting erratically in a busy intersection. The shooting sparked international controversy that led to protests in the Tri-Cities for months. The officers eventually were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing. Our video compilation highlights key events after the shooting.

Antonio Zambrano-Montes was shot at 17 times by three Pasco police officers on Feb. 10, 2015, after throwing rocks at officers and acting erratically in a busy intersection. The shooting sparked international controversy that led to protests in the Tri-Cities for months. The officers eventually were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing. Our video compilation highlights key events after the shooting. Tri-City Herald
Antonio Zambrano-Montes was shot at 17 times by three Pasco police officers on Feb. 10, 2015, after throwing rocks at officers and acting erratically in a busy intersection. The shooting sparked international controversy that led to protests in the Tri-Cities for months. The officers eventually were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing. Our video compilation highlights key events after the shooting. Tri-City Herald

U.S. Attorney General asked to reconsider charging Pasco officers in Zambrano-Montes death

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