Agreed. Unfortunately, I do live in Indiana. I haven't seen any national news today, but it's gotten zero local news coverage. I emailed the story to every news outlet I could find, too. This needs to be shouted down and overturned in a higher court.
I just can't believe the arrogance of those judges to say that if a cop is entering a home illegally a person has no right to stop it. This is definitely against the 4th Amendment and seems to put the cop above the law. In Indiana, a person has the right to shoot any intruder in the home. Why would a cop in the home illegally be above that law? BTW, in Indiana we've had a large rash over the last year or so of corrupt cops getting caught committing crimes including embezzling, murder, drunken driving, battery, theft, excessive use of force....so on and so forth. With this sort of character I would never let a cop enter my home unless he had a warrant.