Craig Ellingson keeps pictures of his son, Brandon Ellingson, in a folder with papers from his four-year battle with the Missouri Highway Patrol and trooper Anthony Piercy over the drowning death of Brandon while in Piercy's custody in 2014.
Craig Ellingson keeps pictures of his son, Brandon Ellingson, in a folder with papers from his four-year battle with the Missouri Highway Patrol and trooper Anthony Piercy over the drowning death of Brandon while in Piercy's custody in 2014. Keith Myers The Star
Craig Ellingson keeps pictures of his son, Brandon Ellingson, in a folder with papers from his four-year battle with the Missouri Highway Patrol and trooper Anthony Piercy over the drowning death of Brandon while in Piercy's custody in 2014. Keith Myers The Star

'You can kill anyone you want': Missouri trooper in drowning case deserves to be fired

June 29, 2018 01:30 AM