Ambushed Kentucky Cop's Widow: 'Forever Our Hero'

Jason Ellis was shot multiple times in ambush after he stopped to clear debris off the road.
0:40 | 05/28/13

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Transcript for Ambushed Kentucky Cop's Widow: 'Forever Our Hero'
For ever -- hero Dwight in the Kentucky cops shot and killed in an apparent ambush broke -- silence today. Words cannot express how -- you mean he is forever Hebrew. At least Mamie -- -- -- to see from Ian gentlemen ever happened to me and didn't. Where he room. Amy Ellis said her -- quote never go away but that she's thankful to the friends -- and strangers that have offered their support. Her husband Jason Ellis was attacked by multiple suspects. After leaving his cruiser to clear debris off the bluegrass parkway police are offering 101000 dollars for any -- between arrest and conviction in the case.

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