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The owners don't deny taking the kids, but claim they were given permission to do so via text message.

How Navy was injured remains a mystery. She said she doesn't buy that her mildly autisic child was hitting himself with a doll to sustain the injuries. 

"The doll that they are saying he hit himself with, it's like a rag doll, so it's like a soft doll," said the family's attorney Te'Reisha Graves. "Check out where you're putting your kids. Make sure the daycare has cameras and make sure you know all the staff."

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