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Justice Department: Pasco police lack hispanic and female representation




Demonstrators in Pasco, WA, took to the streets to protest the shooting death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes by police
Demonstrators in Pasco, WA, took to the streets to protest the shooting death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes by police
Anna King/Northwest News Network

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In February last year, Antonio Zambrano-Montes was killed by three police officers in Pasco, Washington.

The incident and the subsequent response from the local hispanic community drew comparisons to the 2014 police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

And just as they did for Ferguson law-enforcement, the Justice Department announced that they would take a closer look at the Pasco police.

Now, the department has released their report.

For more on what changes they suggest, Take Two's Libby Denkmann spoke with Anna King of the Northwestern News Group in Washington.

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