An autistic boy in Florida was arrested at institution. Cenk Uygur, Kim Horcher, and also Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, reveal you the video as well as inform you exactly what happened. Tell us exactly what you assume in the comment section listed below.
" A mom viewed with horror as replacements in Florida jailed her 10-year-old boy with autism at college recently for an occurrence she stated occurred in 2014.
Luanne Haygood recorded her kid's April 12 arrest on her cell phone, catching him sobbing out in complication as Okeechobee County Constable deputies cuffed him as well as led him to a constable's vehicle.
" I aren't sure exactly what's going on, mother!" the little boy shouted as his mother attempted to get the answer from the deputies.
" He has autism. He doesn't understand just what's taking place," Haygood is heard telling the replacements.
Haygood, who consulted with CBS 12 News, said her kid invested the night behind bars.
Inning accordance with her, replacements apprehended the kid after a school resource police officer identified him as having an exceptional warrant for assault– something that Haygood is listened to stating in the video that they weren't knowledgeable about."
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