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USA-POLICE/WASHINGTON
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March 23, 2015
Passers-by look at a bike adorned with trinkets and Mexican and the U.S. flags in Pasco, Washington March...
PASCO, UNITED STATES
Passers-by look at a bike adorned with trinkets and Mexican and the U.S. flags in Pasco, Washington
Passers-by look at a bike adorned with trinkets and Mexican and the U.S. flags in Pasco, Washington March 21, 2015. The afternoon before Antonio Zambrano-Montes was shot dead by police after he pelted them with rocks, the farmworker had walked out of a Washington state jail a free man. The Feb. 10 killing, about 24 hours after the Mexican immigrant's release, sparked outrage in a Latino majority community that has likened his death to police slayings of unarmed black men in Missouri and New York. A coroner's inquest is to begin in May, after which a prosecutor will decide whether to bring charges against the officers. His family and civil rights groups are calling for a federal probe. To match Feature USA-POLICE/WASHINGTON Picture taken March 21, 2015. REUTERS/Ross Courtney
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