In a now-viral photo that the mainstream media is ignoring Isaiah Jackson is seen kneeling on the neck of his girlfriend’s two-year-old son as another person holds down the diaper-clad baby’s feet. In the photo the caption read “BLM now mf.”
We posted the picture at the bottom of the article because it may be disturbing to some people.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that charges are going to filed against the two people in the photo.
Maj. Christopher Clark told new agencies that Jackson is in custody on a probation violation while prosecutors investigate the incident.
“They don’t want any chance of their being a possibility of the charges being dismissed,” Maj. Clark said. “They want to make sure whatever case they put on him is rock solid.”
“I’m confident, 100 percent confident, that there will be charges brought against these individuals. It’s just a matter of making sure that our investigation is thorough and complete so that we file a charge that will stick and be convictable in court,” Maj. Clark
WHIOTV 7 reports:
Deputies said an investigation was launched Tuesday after they were made aware of the photo, which shows a man with his knee on the back of a child’s neck. The child appears to be crying in the photo while a second person holds the child’s hands behind their back. The photo’s caption read “Blm now.”
Investigators made contact with the child, their mother, and Jackson. The child was transported to an area hospital for examination, however they did not suffer any injuries from the incident deputies said.
“Subsequent interview with the mother revealed that she was unaware of the photo having been taken, or its contents, until she had been informed by other parties,” Shultz said.
Investigators in Clark County said they are investigating the post, however no arrests have been made and charges have not been filed.
“We are looking into this case, however it is still an active investigation. At this point we are actively looking into it and we are VERY early on into this investigation,” Maj. Chris Clark said in an emailed statement.
According to emergency scanner traffic, deputies, police, and medics were called to two different addresses Tuesday morning in Clark County as a part of the investigation.