On Tuesday, a disturbing photo showing a crying white baby on its belly while a bearded male uses his knee to pin the baby down by the neck and another dark-skinned person holds the baby’s hands behind its back was circulating around on social media.

***Warning***photo is graphic and disturbing.

The caption on the photo that first appeared on Zach Ryan’s Facebook page read: “Blm now mf”


The Gateway Pundit reported on the photo and identified the black man with his knee on the white baby’s neck as Isaiah

– The grandmother of the child in the photo wrote on Facebook that it was taken while the two-year-old was with his mother. His mother is dating Jackson.

The very angry grandmother said that the baby is now with her son and safe. She is currently attempting to find out who was holding the child’s legs and who took the photo.

“My son is beyond pissed. He took his boy to the ER to get checked out and everything came back good,” the grandmother wrote. “He better be glad nothing bad happened to my grandson and he better hide from all the people who will be coming for him when he gets out of jail.”

Fox News -The 20-year-old Ohio man Isaiah Jackson of Ohio, who was allegedly the man in the photo with his knee on the baby’s neck has taken into custody and remains incarcerated in the Clark County Jail. Jackson was out on parole has been thrown in jail and awaits new felony charges after the photo circulated on social media showing him posing with his knee to the neck of a crying White 2-year-old boy alongside a message referencing Black Lives Matter.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office first became aware of the photo circulating social media on Tuesday and appears to be a direct reference to the former Minnesota cop, Derek Chauvin.
Patrol units were able to determine the location where the incident took place and made contact with both the mother and the child, as well as the male subject seen kneeling in the image, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said in an update on Facebook Thursday. The relationship between Jackson and the child’s mother is unknown.
Jackson isn’t the only racist BLM supporter in trouble.

Nationalist Review reports on a new disturbing development related to the already disturbing story- Today, we’ve learned that one Atlanta high school teacher has suggested that the image wasn’t graphic enough to satisfy his perverse needs. Brian Papin, who is reportedly a special education teacher at Cedar Grove High School in Atlanta, believed that the man kneeling on the baby’s neck should have leaned in with all of his weight until the child was dead.

The Gateway Pundit: According to Brian Papin’s LinkedIn page, he has been a special education teacher at Cedar Grove High School since July 2018.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed to Gateway Pundit that he is “100% certain” that charges will be filed against those responsible for the photo of a two-year-old baby being held down as his mother’s boyfriend kneeled on his neck.

Here’s what the teacher at Cedar Grove posted:

“Again! Your doing it wrong! One knee on the center of the back one on the neck and lean into it until death! You saw the video! Get it right or stop f***ing around!

Update: Nationalist Review has reached out to the high school were Brian Papin works to determine whether they intend to launch an investigation into his comments and if there will ever be any consequences. After all, this is the High School that encouraged athletes to take a knee during the national anthem.

The DeKalb County School District has responded to the incident (indirectly) in a Facebook post saying they are aware of the situation and that is currently being investigated. They also state that “there is no place for racism in our school district.”



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