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    Skateboarders know that the annual Go Skateboarding Day is pretty much NO Skateboarding Day in the eyes of law enforcement. We’ve all had our fair share of testosterone-fueled police power trips, but sometimes luck’s on our side, and we have the video camera rolling while their dirty hooves are pushed against our backs.

    Last week, a few kids in Arkansas were out skating for Go Skating Day and had a run-in with an officer. Unfortunately, the kids fought the law, and the law won. But thanks to a really smart videographer and Youtube, the skateboarders are about to really raise disorderly conduct.

    If this angers you, then you’re a normal, red-blooded human being.

    Oh and just in case you were interested, the officer’s name is Joey Williams, and he works for the:
    Hot Springs Arkansas Police Department
    Phone: (501) 321-6789
    Fax: (501) 321-6708
    Chief of Police, Bobby Southard
    641 Malvern Avenue,
    Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901

    You know, just in case you were wondering.

    by bobbyhundreds