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Occupy Tri-Cities Reacts To Second SIU Briefing

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KENNEWICK, WA- After Thursday's press conference, a woman from Occupy Tri-Cities spoke with NBC Right Now.

Over at the Kennewick Police Department, a few members made their presence known by holding signs during the briefing.

One woman said she felt the conference was balanced in a lot of ways. She appreciated the compassion from Sgt. Ken Lattin and the fact that witnesses have no repercussions for coming forward to share what they know with police.

That was, "Fair how they're not taking everybody's background into account during this particular investigation. On either side, Antonio's side and the officer's, that's balanced," explained Caroline Dehlke with Occupy Tri-Cities.

Dehlke also acknowledged that this investigation is still on-going and could be for a while. She hopes that all of her questions and everyone else's questions will eventually be answered.

She added that she believes Zambrano was facing some type of medical challenge at the time and unlike "psychiatrists",      she said police are not trained to take care of those situations.