KSP: Officer shot, killed on drive home

KSP: Officer shot, killed on drive home

There are 208 comments on the WHAS11 story from May 25, 2013, titled KSP: Officer shot, killed on drive home. In it, WHAS11 reports that:

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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Since: Jun 13

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#217 Jun 11, 2013
Questions wrote:
No. It's because you're a dumb ass.
Thanks! You're too kind.

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#218 Jun 11, 2013
sounds like wrote:
I don't have a hidden agenda. smh For what purpose would I? I wonder if Bardstown Police Department keeps records of any complaints made against any of their police officers.
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They do,but they had reported he never had a complaint filed against him.Someone said somewhere else, that they're guessing it might be a gang member or a druggie,since he worked to keep this vermin off the streets.
JCMS

Lexington, KY

#219 Jun 11, 2013
sounds like wrote:
I don't have a hidden agenda. smh For what purpose would I? I wonder if Bardstown Police Department keeps records of any complaints made against any of their police officers.
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When you insinuated Officer Ellis called a young black male "boy" you were specific in your statement. But you were not specific but evasive when you stated "I can not wait for the truth about Officer Ellis to come to the light....He wasn't as squeaky clean as you preceive him to be." Why be specific about the one alledged transgration and NOT be specific about the rest of them? You posted ONLY a statement that would anger the minorites who post on this forum. And that is a hidden agenda.
JCMS

Lexington, KY

#220 Jun 11, 2013
sounds like wrote:
I don't have a hidden agenda. smh For what purpose would I? I wonder if Bardstown Police Department keeps records of any complaints made against any of their police officers.
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What a dumb question.
We'll call tell them to disregard their records we'll just all go by what you say happened.
JustAFriend

United States

#221 Sep 6, 2013
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<quoted text> 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.
Many people did help Amy out and.we all thank the community for that and all our hearts swoon because now hunter(8 & has downsyndrome so he can't really understand everything) and Parker(6) will never truely have the life Amy and.Jason planned all BC of one.dumbass.... thanks for sticking up for my hero

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#222 Sep 6, 2013
JustAFriend wrote:
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Many people did help Amy out and.we all thank the community for that and all our hearts swoon because now hunter(8 & has downsyndrome so he can't really understand everything) and Parker(6) will never truely have the life Amy and.Jason planned all BC of one.dumbass.... thanks for sticking up for my hero
Your very welcome.Her letter that was posted recently really touched my heart.I have been to Bardstown several times and could see the caring that they had for him and their other officers in general.I had a friend who was helped by him a month before he was killed, when nobody else would help her...and she saw the funeral procession go by at her workplace.I hope and pray they find the coward or cowards who did this so everyone can have closure and justice,since the killer/s is still out there.Have a good weekend :-).
Johnathan Masters

Louisville, KY

#223 Sep 6, 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?


Most all of them are bad. I wouldn't call the LMPD if I was broken into. I need somebody to catch the person who did it, not lollygag around, and wait to beat somebody up just for walking. The LMPD is a corrupt, horrible gang, and most of them are bad. There's a few good apples, like Serpico, who goes after the bad guys, no matter if they wear a badge uniform and gun or not, and those like Serpico, are targeted by the police too... so if he was like Serpico, and he came across a gambling ring, and the top cop, maybe VIPER squad, since they are prone to massive violence, did not want to be exposed, so they ambushed him, and popped him from a distance.

If Ellis was like Serpico, a good cop in a batch of rotten apples, then he will be missed.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#224 Sep 7, 2013
Johnathan Masters wrote:
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Most all of them are bad. I wouldn't call the LMPD if I was broken into. I need somebody to catch the person who did it, not lollygag around, and wait to beat somebody up just for walking. The LMPD is a corrupt, horrible gang, and most of them are bad. There's a few good apples, like Serpico, who goes after the bad guys, no matter if they wear a badge uniform and gun or not, and those like Serpico, are targeted by the police too... so if he was like Serpico, and he came across a gambling ring, and the top cop, maybe VIPER squad, since they are prone to massive violence, did not want to be exposed, so they ambushed him, and popped him from a distance.
If Ellis was like Serpico, a good cop in a batch of rotten apples, then he will be missed.
I don't really want this to be interpreted as me saying anything negative about Mr. Ellis,,,and I really don't want this to be interpreted as me saying that the police department is a batch of bad apples.However,I really want to reflect on what you just said,"'A good cop,,,in a batch of rotten apples".
So,I wanna briefly explain group corruption to you as I explained it to my little man four or five years ago.
Anyway,suppose you spend your entire youth wanting to grow up and be a police officer so that you can be of assistance to the widowed,the weak,the fatherless,and the victims.And upon graduating high school,while the rest of your graduating class goes to work at McDonald's,,,you and a buddy go to work for the city police department.Now when you get there,you find a populated house that has long since established a firm policy of in-house politics that either allows for some people to be victimized or laws to be broken so that those in house politicians can receive a cache of ill-gotten gains.It's then that an honest man is torn between his conscience and the peer pressure of his buddy that hired on with him and his coworkers.And along with the peer pressure of the coworkers,,comes the threat of ending up dead if you don't play team ball.And in grown-up reality,that's enough to guarantee that if you ever find a good apple in a rotten batch,,,it will either very shortly be rotten itself,,,or gone.

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