Despite multiple local and even federal agencies choosing not to charge the three Pasco police officers directly involved in the fatal shooting of Antonio Zambrano last February, now the U.S. Civil Rights Commission wants the U.S. Attorney General to look at the case.

Martin Castro, the chairman of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, asking for her review of the case. He requested it in light of the recent fatal shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana and Dallas Texas.

The U.S. District Attorney for Eastern Washington chose not to press charges, nor did the U.S. Department of Justice.

But Castro claims video shows what he says is willful intent of the officers. He claims the video shows Zambrano surrendering to officers before he was shot.

A civil suit filed by the family is getting ready to start. Castro apparently believes the officers deliberately shot him, and he wants the U.S. AG to examine the evidence.

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