Folks...this video is bad.

Really, really bad and it will make you angry.

It contains extreme profanity and discussion about adult situations and gang violence...and worst of all...a toddler.

Viewer discretion is strongly advised.

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So a loyal follower alerted us to a local thug's public Facebook page today.

She was outraged about what the thug had just posted for all to see.

We here at OmahaPOA.com viewed the video and we knew that despite the fact that it is sickening, heartbreaking footage, 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.

Here it is.

http://youtu.be/OIUpvtIqgKw

Now while we didn't see anything in this video that is blatantly "illegal", we sure did see a lot that is flat out immoral and completely unhealthy for this little child from a healthy upbringing standpoint.

Listen to the discussions this child is immersed in.

-Sexual discussions.
-Gang discussions.
-Violence.
-Profanity
 

The thug that posted this video indicates in a subsequent comment that the child is his nephew.

You can clearly hear at least two other adults in the background as well, one being a female.

A man can be heard asking the toddler, "what hood you from?".

We can only assume that the female voice is likely the child's mother, and if that's true that means she actually allowed this behavior to occur.

We refuse to give this thug any notoriety or attention, and as much as we would love to publicly shame him, we will keep his identity private.

If for no other reason, for the sake of his nephew.

So what did this thug's Facebook friends think about this?

Well see for yourselves...

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2 people actually "liked" it....

And the "comments"?

Well....they speak for themselves...

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Folks....soak this in.

You are literally watching "the cycle" of violence continue right in front of your eyes.

A powerful cycle that must be broken if we ever hope to get a handle on violence in Omaha.

A powerful cycle that the police alone cannot stop.