Epic Chase From Kentucky To Indiana Ends With Cops Battering Suspect



What we have here is, sadly, yet another example of police force trampling all over suspect’s rights and body.

It all started when Louisville police went after a robbery suspect, later identified as Robert G. Ellis II, who stole purses out of locked cars at a WalMart. Ellis led police on a 30-minute chase into Indiana.

A total of 22 cars from both states finally cornered the suspect in a cornfield, and officers surrounded the red pickup, guns drawn. Ellis promptly gave up, raising both hands in the air. What followed can mildly be described as a severe pounding of the suspect by several police officers.

Ellis has been charged with fleeing and resisting police, who found at least dozen purses in his truck.

Look, I understand that law enforcement is neither easy nor pretty. I completely get their frustration and immense stress levels they suffer on a daily basis. But, come on, what these guys did is freakin’ horrific.


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