This is what really happened. Liberals, anti-cop fools and punk skaters don't like this to be known.
The skaters are ages 13 to 21.
Jarad Graham - 13
Casey Canterbury - 16
Robbie Brindley - 16
Drew Irwin - 16
Skylar Nalls - 19
Matt McCormack - 21
were also 4 other skaters who kept running. Some can be seen in the
photos shown in the forum near the bottom of this column.
The skaters admitted they have been warned about skating in the area shown on the video many times in the past.
They admitted they knew they shouldn't have been there.
They refused the cop's lawful orders to stop skating.
skaters were reportedly forcing pedestrians into the streets. Store
merchants received the finger from the punks for telling them to stop.
This was a premeditated stunt.
The skaters nearly hit one woman.
female skater is shown skating in a prohibited area, refusing a law
officer's lawful order, fleeing and resisting arrest. It's all on the
video. If you don't see then you are in denial.
The skaters were
guilty of disorderly conduct, fleeing, resisting arrest, obstruction,
interfering with a law officer and battery.
The oldest skater,
21 year old Matt McCormack, committed battery against a 67 year old
man. That isn't mentioned in the description of other videos.
of the skaters were choked/strangled. That was a lie being spread to
gain public sympathy. Only the dumbest lemmings of society bought into
The officer's actions were not illegal or unlawful.
If the skaters stopped they would have received tickets or more warnings. They decided to flee and escalate the situation.
went to court awhile ago. 19 year-old Skylar Nalls was found guilty of
violating a city skateboarding law and to misdemeanor charges of
fleeing and obstructing government operations. Police say Nalls
attempted to interfere with an officer arrested other youths. He was
sentenced to 30 days community service and 85 dollars in fines, plus
21 year-old Matthew McCormack of Hot Springs was
found guilty of third-degree battery for striking Hot Springs Community
Services officer Kenneth Billingsley. Billingsley was assisting police
officer Joey Williams, who was arresting McCormack. McCormack was fined
210 dollars, plus costs, and ordered him to perform 30 days of
Neither of the two skaters disputed or denied the charges.
records for the other skaters are sealed because they are under 18.
Judging by the video they were most likely found guilty of fleeing,
resisting arrest, violating a city skateboarding law, obstruction and
interfence with a law officer.
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