A police shooting, a Mexican man's death, an ongoing controversy

Published 9:17 PM ET, Sat February 28, 2015
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Pasco, Washington -- Relatives and friends of Antonio Zambrano-Montes carry his casket into St. Patrick Church on February 25, 2015. Zambrano-Montes was unarmed when he was killed February 10 by Pasco police officers, who fired a total of 17 bullets. Police said the shooting took place after Zambrano-Montes threw rocks at officers. Jaqueline Hurtado/CNNE
Pasco, Washington -- Family and friends stand with the casket of Antonio Zambrano-Montes before they enter St. Patrick Church on February 25, 2010. Zambrano-Montes was killed February 10 in a confrontation with police, who allege he was throwing rocks, striking officers. His family and friends say he didn't understand the English spoken by police and contend that officers used excessive force. Jaqueline Hurtado/CNNE
Pasco, Washington -- The Rev. Lutakome Nsubuga blesses the casket of Antonio Zambrano-Montes before the funeral on February 25, 2010. Jaqueline Hurtado/CNNE
Pasco, Washington -- Agapita Montes, center, mother of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, is comforted by relatives as she leaves the funeral for her son on February 25, 2015. Jaqueline Hurtado/CNNE