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(CNN) – There are new developments in a shocking case involving a viral video of a toddler being encouraged to curse, throw up gang signs, and even talk about sex.

The toddler is one of four children who were removed from a home in Omaha, Nebraska after the video sparked a police investigation.

In the one minutes, 23 second video, the little boy exchanges at least 35 swear words with the adults behind the camera. He even sticks up his middle finger at the camera.

Members of the police union who posted this video, say they did it to show the kinds of situations that officers encounter.

Police say prosecutors reviewed the video and even though the behavior is shocking, prosecutors determined no criminal activities had taken place.

However, police say authorities did find safety concerns in the home that led to the removal of the children.

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