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The teenager exchanges words with the man while a little girl watches

White man, 59, is caught on video spraying a black teenager with his garden hose and claims to be a member of the KKK during a dispute over him & # 39; taking photos of young children in a park & ​​# 39;

  • Glen Nicodemus, 59, was caught on video spraying 14-year-old boy with water
  • He and teen got into a fight after allegedly Nicodemus had taken pictures of children
  • The children played in a park in East Rochester when the man came
  • According to the teenager's mother, Nicodemus took photos and turned them off
  • In the video Nicodemus is heard who claims to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan
  • East Rochester police investigated, but determined case was not a hate crime
  • & # 39; Nicodemus was released on the basis of his own recognition and will report under supervision for release & # 39 ;, said Steve Clancy, police chief of East Rochester
  • According to the police, a judge has also issued a protection order for the victim
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A 59-year-old white man was caught on video spraying a black teenager with a garden hose just after shouting his support for the Ku Klux Klan in a dispute over the man who & # 39; photos & # 39; s of young children & # 39; made in a park in New York.

The disturbing video was shared on Facebook by the teen's mother, Christina Poles, and shows Glen Nicodemus arguing with her son in East Rochester.

& # 39; I don't know what your problem is weird and I come over here and flip off, & # 39; the son of Poland is told to Nicodemus.

& # 39; Weird a bastard? No, I am a Ku Klux Klan member and you must be a ** ** with the Klan, & Nicodemus replies.

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The teenager exchanges words with the man while a little girl watches

& # 39; I am a Ku Klux Klan member and you must be a ** ** with the Klan, & # 39; Nicodemus shouts

& # 39; I am a Ku Klux Klan member and you must be a ** ** with the Klan, & # 39; Nicodemus shouts

The disturbing video was shared on Facebook by the teen's mother, Christina Poles, and shows Glen Nicodemus (shown in a tie-dye shirt) arguing with her son in East Rochester. & # 39; I am a Ku Klux Klan member and you must be a ** ** with the Klan, & # 39; Nicodemus shouts

& # 39; I don't give f ** k, & # 39; the teenager replies as Nicodemus walks around his vehicle and grabs his water hose

& # 39; I don't give f ** k, & # 39; the teenager replies as Nicodemus walks around his vehicle and grabs his water hose

& # 39; I don't give f ** k, & # 39; the teenager replies as Nicodemus walks around his vehicle and grabs his water hose

Nicodemus then sees the teenager squirting in the back of the head with the water from the hose

Nicodemus then sees the teenager squirting in the back of the head with the water from the hose

Nicodemus then sees the teenager squirting in the back of the head with the water from the hose

The teenager remains calm and walks into the street with a family member who encourages him to walk away
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The teenager remains calm and walks into the street with a family member who encourages him to walk away

The 14-year-old runs away from Nicodemus

The 14-year-old runs away from Nicodemus

The teenager remains calm and walks into the street with a family member who encourages him to walk away

& # 39; I don't care, & # 39; the teenager replies as Nicodemus walks around his vehicle and grabs his water hose.

Nicodemus then sees the teenager spraying water from the hose in the back of the head.

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The teenager remains calm and walks into the street with a family member who encourages him to walk away.

Poland wrote in the caption of the video that after the incident & # 39; she began to doubt my decision to move my children to this city & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I can say that I am proud of my 14-year-old son because he is the bigger man and does not respond & # 39 ;, Poland wrote. & # 39; I'm not sure I would have stayed so calm. & # 39;

According to Poland's Facebook post, Nicodemus took photos of children in Edmund Lyon park.

& # 39; Mind you, this was after he was in the park to take pictures of the girls. After the police told him to leave them alone, he kept coming to the park to drop them off, & the Poles said about the incident.

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The video shows the teenager with his family, including young children, presumably the children who also referred the Poles.

According to the Facebook message from Poland, Nicodemus (photo) took photos of children in Edmund Lyon park

According to the Facebook message from Poland, Nicodemus (photo) took photos of children in Edmund Lyon park

She said the man had also thrown them away while they were in the park

She said the man had also thrown them away while they were in the park

According to Poland's Facebook post, Nicodemus (left and right) took photos of children in Edmund Lyon park. She said the man had also thrown them away while they were in the park

The East Rochester police investigated the incident, but found that the case did not reach the level of a hate crime. Nicodemus was released at his recognition

The East Rochester police investigated the incident, but found that the case did not reach the level of a hate crime. Nicodemus was released at his recognition

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The East Rochester police investigated the incident, but found that the case did not reach the level of a hate crime. Nicodemus was released at his recognition

According to Poland, Nicodemus had sprayed her son once before and the police came to the park to order the man to leave the family alone.

A short time later, the second incident, which was recorded on video, took place outside the home of Nicodemus.

No other details were released about why the man would have taken photos of children playing in a park.

The East Rochester police investigated the incident, but found that the case did not reach the level of a hate crime.

& # 39; Nicodemus has been released on his own recognition and will report under supervision to the provisional release & # 39 ;, said Steve Robert, police chief of East Rochester, New York Daily News.

& # 39; The judge has also issued a protection order for the victim, & # 39; said Clancy.

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