Adults, toddler exchange profanities in video posted on police union website

OMAHA, Neb. - A police union in Omaha, Nebraska is drawing fire over swearing toddler 'thug' video. The video shows a young child -- perhaps two or three-years-old -- in a disturbing, profane war of words with at least three adults.

The adults seem irritated over a fallen chair.

The video was posted on the website of the Omaha, Nebraska Police Officers Association, which says "...we have an obligation to share it to continue to educate the law abiding public about the terrible cycle of violence and thuggery that some young innocent children find themselves helplessly trapped in."

Commenters on the police union's website objected to what some saw as racial overtones in posting the video.

Omaha's chief of police released a statement saying the department has no control over the content of the police union's website, and the chief "...strongly disagree[s] with any postings that may cause a divide in our community."


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