One of the officers who killed an immigrant farmworker in Washington state in a shooting that helped fuel the nationwide debate over police use of force had dragged the man away from his burning rental home just weeks earlier.
Franklin County’s prosecuting attorney says it could be summer before there’s a coroner’s inquest into the February police shooting of an unarmed Mexican migrant
His announcement came a day after a spokesman for the special unit investigating the Feb. 10 shooting said five or six bullets struck the victim, but none from behind
Zambrano-Montes was killed Feb. 10 in Pasco, and a witness captured the gunfire on video
The first day of Agapita Montes-Rivera’s first trip to the United States included viewing the body of her son
Antonio Zambrano-Montes’ death has sparked calls for a federal probe
The rallying cry in Ferguson was “Hands up, don’t shoot!” In New York, it was “I can’t breathe!” In Pasco these days, the protest signs say things like “It was just a rock!!!”
The leader of a Hispanic group in Pasco is asking the Justice Department to investigate the fatal police shooting last week in Pasco
Officers involved in the investigation of a deadly police shooting in southeastern Washington pleaded with the public on Friday
The killing Tuesday of orchard worker Antonio Zambrano-Montes sparked protests after witnesses said he was running away when he was shot in a busy intersection in Pasco, a city about 215 miles southeast of Seattle.