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Protesters Held Moment of Silence in Honor of One Week Anniversary of Pasco Police Shooting

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PASCO, WA. -- It's been one week since Antonio Zambrano was shot by Pasco Police outside a downtown bakery. This evening a crowd gathered in front of Pasco's City Hall to remember Zambrano. 

The small group continued their protest over the recent officer involved shooting. But Tuesday has a special meaning for these protesters. Tuesday is the one-week anniversary of the shooting. Protester held a moment of silence near the exact time Antonio Zambrano was killed. 

Earlier today, we talked to David Madrigal, one of the protesters. He explained the symbolism behind Tuesday's event. 

"We've been here everyday," Madrigal said. "And we'll still be here, for anybody that wants to join us. Once again, we are not against the police. It's just that we need a change."

Right now, no major rallies like the one we saw Saturday are planned. Moving forward, we'll most likely continue to see a constant group of people outside of city hall protesting.