Seventeen shots were fired by three police officers at a Mexican man in a Washington state shooting earlier this month, with five or six bullets striking him before he died, a member of the police investigative team said Wednesday.
That news was delivered to reporters by Sgt. Ken Lattin of the Kennewick Police Department, according to the Seattle Times. Sgt. Lattin is heading up a special 15-person investigation unit, which does not include any members of the Pasco police department, and said a final report by the medical exam...
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