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Cyber Monday TR Jeans - Slain Mexican farmworker's parents call for U.S. Justice Dept. probeByReuters Published: 21:04 GMT, 27 February 2015 | Updated: 21:04 GMT, 27 February 2015 By Eric M. JohnsonSEATTLE, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The parents of a Mexicanfarmworker fatally shot by police in Washington state after hepelted them with rocks and tried Cyber Monday TR Jeans to flee urged the U.S. JusticeDepartment on Friday to take over a local investigation into theslaying.The parents, represented by high-profile lawyer BenjaminCrump, called for a zealous pursuit of the whole truth intothe Feb. 10 police slaying of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, a35-year-old unemployed apple picker from Mexico's Michoacanstate.His death sparked protests by Cyber Monday TR Jeans demonstrators who accusedpolice in the city of Pasco in Washington state's agriculturalheartland of overly aggressive tactics in dealing with Hispanicresidents, who make up a majority of the population. We pray that for the sake of peace and safety andinternational relations that you rise to (the) occasion, andwrest control of the Cyber Monday TR Jeans criminal investigation from the hands ofcounty prosecutors in Washington state, Crump said in a letterto U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.Demonstrators, who have held almost daily protests andvigils, have likened the incident to two high-profile deaths ofunarmed black men at the hands of police in Ferguson, Missouri,and in New York City. Cyber Monday TR Jeans Crump represented the family of the victimin the Ferguson killing.Zambrano-Montes' parents, Agapita Montes Rivera and J. JesusZambrano Fernandez, joined U.S. rights groups in urging theJustice Department to launch a probe into the incident, whichthe Mexican government has condemned as a disproportionate useof lethal force.The FBI and a U.S. attorney in Cyber Monday TR Jeans Washington state have saidthey are monitoring the local investigation, which is beinghanded by a special investigative unit that excludes Pascopolice.A video of the incident shows Zambrano-Montes running fromofficers and then briefly turning and raising his arm before hewas killed.Police have said that three officers fired 17 shots at theman, striking Cyber Monday TR Jeans him five or six times, after he pelted them withrocks, ignored commands to surrender, and after a stun gunfailed to subdue him.Another lawyer who represents Zambrano-Montes' wife anddaughters, Charles Herrmann, has said that a second autopsycompleted at the family's request showed Zambrano-Montes wasshot as many seven times, including two bullets Cyber Monday TR Jeans striking himfrom behind. Herrmann said those findings contradict policestatements that he was not shot on the back of his body.The Franklin County prosecutor did not immediately respondto a request for comment. (Reporting by Eric M. Johnson; Editing by Cynthia Johnston andEric Beech) .