A soldier in the Army Special Operations Command is being investigated after a video made at Fort Bragg showed up in the Internet depicting his toddler son fighting with another youngster.
The Fayetteville Observer reported Tuesday that the video was on
the YouTube Web site, but later removed.
The video shows two youngsters pushing and hitting each other while an unidentified man urged one to stay in the fight.
Special Operations spokeswoman Carol Darby said the video is at the center of a child custody dispute. The newspaper said the soldier wasn't identified, but the video was brought to the attention of the Army by the man's ex-wife.
The Army said in a prepared statement that it was cooperating with other authorities and didn't condone the behavior.
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