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By Elisha Fieldstadt
Sheriff's office of Florida is investigating an arrested arrester to put a black-haired video in front of her baby after placing him while calling him "boy."
The company's video video from the 201
Some deputies responded to a call from the hotel about the mother of the child, and the complaint said.
Cady started 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 video.
"Get your ID, me," said Cady, before being added later, "Leave me, boy."
Floyd asked calmly for the girlfriend And he is talking to a child, and why he is "hostile"
"This is my baby, a man. Stop to call me "We can communicate as a grown-up man."
The claimants claimed that the words and tone of Cady were "inflammatory," "angry" and " derogatory. "
He said" use the word "boy" in the use of Cady than conviction and cleansing it, "and puts" racist connotations "when it is used to tackle an adult black man .
Still, "the video clearly explains Mr. Floyd asks – to overcome the case when he spoke to the deputy," the complaint said.
"Deputy Cady responds to Mr. Floyd with his neck and knocked on him," then he puts into the car "while Mr. Floyd is catching his infant's 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 the department related to internal affairs can be tigating.
Cady lays in a 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 of 2012 unfair arrest outlet against Cady and other Delegates of Broward County.
In other unfair arrest items against Cady in 2010, he was "liable for taskkeeping, tackling and beating an individual," according to the Office of the Public Commissioner of Broward. The victim was awarded $ 250,000 in that case, in accordance with court documents.