KSP: Officer shot, killed on drive home

May 25, 2013 Full story: WHAS11 208

The Bardstown police officer shot and killed while on his way home from work Saturday morning has been identified as 33-year-old Jason Ellis, of Bloomfield, Ky.

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“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#1 May 25, 2013
Absolutely horrible..! I hope to god they find the killer.Prayers to the family..:(
Politically incorrect

United States

#2 May 26, 2013
Wonder how many peoples rights he violated and how many times he harassed a law abiding citizen for no reason. Wonder how much he overstepped his boundaries or how many times he stood by and watched as his fellow peace officers "sarcasm " violated rights. I'm sorry but I know all too well the demeanor of most men in power and I simply do not feel for these incidents. Mindless violence is never right from cop or criminal alone, hut how can some of us care when the police have swore loyalty to the government and not the people?

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FYI

Georgetown, KY

#3 May 26, 2013
I have had my issues with bad cops. However murdering a cop by ambush is the most despicable and cowardly attack. He was one of the good guys. Even bad cops dont deserve a cowardly demise. How dare you attack him. He has many friends in the community that could reading this. Why dont you just let him Rest in Peace.
Politically incorrect

United States

#4 May 26, 2013
When in my post did I say it was right? Or just like all little American piggies did you only read certain parts so you could "go off " reread the post you typical American zombie
Politically incorrect

United States

#5 May 26, 2013
FYI wrote:
I have had my issues with bad cops. However murdering a cop by ambush is the most despicable and cowardly attack. He was one of the good guys. Even bad cops dont deserve a cowardly demise. How dare you attack him. He has many friends in the community that could reading this. Why dont you just let him Rest in Peace.
Boone deserves to be shot unarmed or in the back by a cop either. You have but to Google police brutality . Citizens should not fear law.
Politically incorrect

United States

#6 May 26, 2013
So what should he have done FYI? Challenge him to a duel? Guerilla tactics are used by every one. Let me clarify my stance for all the piggies...murder is wrong!
RIP

Bardstown, KY

#7 May 26, 2013
Politically incorrect wrote:
Wonder how many peoples rights he violated and how many times he harassed a law abiding citizen for no reason. Wonder how much he overstepped his boundaries or how many times he stood by and watched as his fellow peace officers "sarcasm " violated rights. I'm sorry but I know all too well the demeanor of most men in power and I simply do not feel for these incidents. Mindless violence is never right from cop or criminal alone, hut how can some of us care when the police have swore loyalty to the government and not the people?
You said it right there in your own statement "most men in power". He didn't fall into this category you place him in. I had no faith in the police force in this town until I met him. I experienced a horrible crime and when Off. Ellis was called, he was very respectable and gave me the knowledge and comfort that I needed to get thru my ordeal. He may not have been perfect in everything he did, but I have yet to meet anyone who is perfect. I do the wrong thing at work at least 3 or 4 times a day, but the good that I do overshadows that. I would hate to think that when my time on Earth is over, people like yourself will judge me because of what others of my trade do wrong. RIP Officer Ellis...
revenge

Bardstown, KY

#8 May 26, 2013
Revenge
Could this have been an act of revenge?
Funny how that works. If it was revenge, I would say it's law enforcements move now. We will all be suspects before revenge is served. Get ready.
mannn

United States

#10 May 26, 2013
Politically incorrect wrote:
Wonder how many peoples rights he violated and how many times he harassed a law abiding citizen for no reason. Wonder how much he overstepped his boundaries or how many times he stood by and watched as his fellow peace officers "sarcasm " violated rights. I'm sorry but I know all too well the demeanor of most men in power and I simply do not feel for these incidents. Mindless violence is never right from cop or criminal alone, hut how can some of us care when the police have swore loyalty to the government and not the people?
You're an idiot or likely involved. Sure there are bad cops, but not all cops are bad. My dad was a deputy for years and I was terrified he'd not make it home some nights. This is a nightmare for his children, they deserved much more time with him and for him to pass naturally not in the hands of a coward!
We should care because this was a son, husband, father, friend, coach, some one loved him, confided in him, depended on him.... This was a murder of a human!
No one deserves to be hunted down because of where they work or any other reason. its never justified. Shame on you and your anti government views clouding your vision from seeing this is a man first and foremost. Imagine how his children and wife are feeling? His mother for Gods sake?
Politically incorrect

United States

#11 May 26, 2013
RIP wrote:
<quoted text>
You said it right there in your own statement "most men in power". He didn't fall into this category you place him in. I had no faith in the police force in this town until I met him. I experienced a horrible crime and when Off. Ellis was called, he was very respectable and gave me the knowledge and comfort that I needed to get thru my ordeal. He may not have been perfect in everything he did, but I have yet to meet anyone who is perfect. I do the wrong thing at work at least 3 or 4 times a day, but the good that I do overshadows that. I would hate to think that when my time on Earth is over, people like yourself will judge me because of what others of my trade do wrong. RIP Officer Ellis...
if he was a good Guy then yeah thats rough, I feel for his family
Politically incorrect

United States

#12 May 26, 2013
mannn wrote:
<quoted text>
You're an idiot or likely involved. Sure there are bad cops, but not all cops are bad. My dad was a deputy for years and I was terrified he'd not make it home some nights. This is a nightmare for his children, they deserved much more time with him and for him to pass naturally not in the hands of a coward!
We should care because this was a son, husband, father, friend, coach, some one loved him, confided in him, depended on him.... This was a murder of a human!
No one deserves to be hunted down because of where they work or any other reason. its never justified. Shame on you and your anti government views clouding your vision from seeing this is a man first and foremost. Imagine how his children and wife are feeling? His mother for Gods sake?
likely involved huh? Your an idiot. Keep being a good little piggy

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#13 May 26, 2013
FYI wrote:
I have had my issues with bad cops. However murdering a cop by ambush is the most despicable and cowardly attack. He was one of the good guys. Even bad cops dont deserve a cowardly demise. How dare you attack him. He has many friends in the community that could reading this. Why dont you just let him Rest in Peace.
Exactly. He had a wife and 2 children who are grieving at this moment. When I heard about this yesterday, my heart just went out to his family. Its just so awful,as you dont hear about this kind of stuff out of Bardstown..

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#14 May 26, 2013
Politically incorrect wrote:
Wonder how many peoples rights he violated and how many times he harassed a law abiding citizen for no reason. Wonder how much he overstepped his boundaries or how many times he stood by and watched as his fellow peace officers "sarcasm " violated rights. I'm sorry but I know all too well the demeanor of most men in power and I simply do not feel for these incidents. Mindless violence is never right from cop or criminal alone, hut how can some of us care when the police have swore loyalty to the government and not the people?
There's a time and place for trolling,but this definitely isn't it. In my opinion, they dont get paid enough for what they do,and many have paid the ultimate price.You may not feel for what happened to this cop going home to his family, but MANY do.
Politically incorrect

United States

#15 May 26, 2013
Listen up fellow citizens, FYI and mannn are your future type people. Don't try to voice an opinion or they will try to make statements like mannn's latest, attempting to accuse someone of being involved for voicing concerns and opinions. Same tactics the DHS uses. Everyone's a terrorist aren't they mannn. Are you accusing me of being involved mannn? But I can't be mad at you, your just a brainwashed piggy and like the saying goes "piggy is as a piggy does. "
grammatically incorrect

United States

#16 May 26, 2013
Politically incorrect wrote:
<quoted text>likely involved huh? Your an idiot. Keep being a good little piggy
Not only are you politically incorrect your grammar skills are horrible. Your is the possessive form of you and does not mean you are (you're).

And because normal people respect our peace officers doesn't make them piggies. But I'm guessing you're a little older white man / hippyish thinking the government controls people. Live your life, you are being controlled by your paranoia! A product of a little too much weed or acid from Vietnam times? I would suspect and understand then!

Get over yourself.

“Hi there”

Since: Jun 08

Derby City

#17 May 26, 2013
mannn wrote:
<quoted text>
You're an idiot or likely involved. Sure there are bad cops, but not all cops are bad. My dad was a deputy for years and I was terrified he'd not make it home some nights. This is a nightmare for his children, they deserved much more time with him and for him to pass naturally not in the hands of a coward!
We should care because this was a son, husband, father, friend, coach, some one loved him, confided in him, depended on him.... This was a murder of a human!
No one deserves to be hunted down because of where they work or any other reason. its never justified. Shame on you and your anti government views clouding your vision from seeing this is a man first and foremost. Imagine how his children and wife are feeling? His mother for Gods sake?
I hope to god they find this killer. This monster is still on the loose and could do this again.Whenever I read about a cop ambushed and killed,it just tears me up.Believe me,many,many do care. My heart goes out to his 2 kids and his widow.
RIP

Bardstown, KY

#18 May 26, 2013
Politically incorrect wrote:
<quoted text> if he was a good Guy then yeah thats rough, I feel for his family
That's nice of you to say. I apologize if your experience with him was a bad one. But this community is suffering over this incident and this single event should not just be grouped in with all the bad things that powerful people do because he was a cop.
Purple shade

Louisville, KY

#19 May 26, 2013
grammatically incorrect wrote:
<quoted text>
Not only are you politically incorrect your grammar skills are horrible. Your is the possessive form of you and does not mean you are (you're).
And because normal people respect our peace officers doesn't make them piggies. But I'm guessing you're a little older white man / hippyish thinking the government controls people. Live your life, you are being controlled by your paranoia! A product of a little too much weed or acid from Vietnam times? I would suspect and understand then!
Get over yourself.
your a complete douche wad. The guy has an opinion and you come off with grammar attacks. Not all agree with all or any statements they are still entitled to personal opinion. On the other hand, he maybe right, you may very well be just a little piggy
Politically incorrect

United States

#20 May 26, 2013
RIP wrote:
<quoted text>
That's nice of you to say. I apologize if your experience with him was a bad one. But this community is suffering over this incident and this single event should not just be grouped in with all the bad things that powerful people do because he was a cop.
your right I'm being judgemental. I am sorry. I've not had a run in with the police in over 12 yrs, so I don't know who he is. Last time I was pulled over was around 12 yrs ago and it was a bogus stop where when I defended myself I was threatened and berated by the supposed "hero "police for no reason. I was at the wrong place at the wrong time.
grammatically incorrect

United States

#21 May 26, 2013
Purple shade wrote:
<quoted text>your a complete douche wad. The guy has an opinion and you come off with grammar attacks. Not all agree with all or any statements they are still entitled to personal opinion. On the other hand, he maybe right, you may very well be just a little piggy
JEEZ, can't get it right can you. I'll fix it for you...

YOU'RE not your
Plus all the incorrect grammar and use of phrases.

Politically incorrect is a douche bag with much too much paranoia going on in his empty head.... but you're just sorry. Do you speak as poorly as you type?

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