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Governor Inslee Asked About Pasco Shooting

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OLYMPIA, WA- Governor Jay Inslee was asked about the recent Pasco shooting on Thursday at a media briefing.

Inslee said he is monitoring the situation and mourning for the Zambrano-Montes family.

"We are gonna need to get to the bottom of understanding the circumstances of this. I know that, my staff has already talked to some of the local officials about the way that there will be and needs to be a very complete assessment of all the circumstances of what happened here," explained Governor Inslee.

Inslee hopes that protestors and people with opinions will stay peaceful in their expression. He calls for a "total review" to look at all the circumstances surrounding the shooting.

"I think that is very important and I will obviously monitor it to see, to it that, that happens. Concerns are obviously real, on both sides of the coin., and we're gonna get the answers that the public needs", stated Inslee.

The Govenor was also asked about the use of body cameras. He believes they're a great way to be transparent but welcomes ideas to help with privacy issues that victims might encounter.

Overall, the governor said the multi-agency review will be done in "great depth" and hopes to monitor that process all the way through.