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According to Elisha Fieldstadt

Florida's Sheriff's office is investigating an arrested arrest to put a video on a black face that was before her baby after her mother and calling her a "boy."

Body from the 2017 adventure video video showed that James Browy, Broward Deputy County Council, Allen Floyd, was sitting outside of a hotel with his 9 month old son on lap, according to a filed complaint at the Public Defender Browers Office on January 30.

Some deputies responded to a call from the hotel about the mother of the child, the complaint said.

Cady did not start to cope with Floyd, the video showed.

"I'm going to cause the prison to have a warrant. And I will call children's services to this kid," Cady can hear saying on the vision.

"Get your ID for me, bro," said Cady, before being added later, "Leave me, my boyfriend."

Floyd asked calmly for the reason why he is talking to a child, and why he is "anxious."

"This is my baby, a man. Stop calling me a boy, & # 39;" said Floyd. "We can communicate as a grown-up man."

The public defendants complained that the words and tone of Cady were "inflammatory," "angry," and "derogatory."

He said "the use of the word" boy "in Cady's use is aggressive, relative and homogeneous," and puts "racist connotations" when it is used to address an adult black man.

However, "the video clearly explains Mr. Floyd trying to dissolve the situation as he talked to the deputy," the complaint said.

"Deputy Cady responds by arresting Mr. Floyd out of his neck and knocking him on," then pushing it by car "and Mr. Floyd is a child for his baby," said the filing of public defendants.

"This video shows a clear police abuse demonstration," the complaint, which was sent to the Sheriff County Sheriff Office and asked to investigate the incident.

The Sheriff Office responded to a Monday statement saying that some internal affairs are investigating.

Cady has been sued in the federal court three times during his time with the sheriff office. He was accused of himself and the other deputies in 2013 that would adversely affect an ancillary. Damage the case.

The 2012 offensive arrest outlet was dismissed against the people who were against Cady and other dealers of County Broward.

In the event of another unfair arrest against Cady in 2010, he was "noted that he was tasked with tasking, tackling an individual and noticing," according to Defender Public Defender's Office. In that case the victim was awarded $ 250,000 in damages, according to court documents.

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