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July 23, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- A man photographed kneeling on the neck of a crying two-year-old has been arrested. 

20-year-old "Isaiah Jackson was arrested and detained after sharing the photo on social media of him kneeling on the toddler while another person held his arms behind his back," reported the-sun.com.

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Meanwhile, an Atlanta-area high school special education teacher is under fire for purportedly commenting beneath the same photo once it made its way to Facebook further encouraging the violence against the white child.

According to WGCL-TV, Cedar Grove High School Interrelated Teacher Brian Papin commented beneath the photo, writing: “Again! Your [sic] doing it wrong! One knee on the center of the back one one [sic] the neck and lean into it until death! You saw the video! Get it right or stop f***ing around!”

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An Ohio man who was out on parole has been thrown in jail and awaits new felony charges after a 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, who leaned on the neck of George Floyd before he died, sparking months of protests and unrest across the U.S.

The photo shows a man, who has since been identified as 20-year-old Isaiah Jackson, with his knee on the neck of a crying white toddler who is only wearing a diaper. Another person holds the child’s hands behind his back. The banner across the photo read: “Blm now mf."

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.
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A sick social media trend has emerged on Snapchat amid the BLM protests which have taken place.

The so-called "George Floyd" challenge showed participants - mostly white males - pose for smiling photos while kneeling on the necks of their friends.

One photo showed a British teen kneeling on one of his friend in the same way police officer Derek Chauvin was filmed when he knelt on George Floyd.

The louts, aged between 18 and 19, were pictured laughing at the camera in the post captioned: "Police brutality."

One user claimed to be an Air Force graduate and was slammed on social media users for sharing a photo which had the caption: "Graduate Lives Matter," reported the New York Post.

A mom was accused of kneeling on her son's neck while asking him: "Do you want know how George Floyd died?" as he gasped for air.

Keriann Smith, 37, reportedly pinned her 14-year-old son to the floor and then held her knee on his throat at the family's apartment in Genoa City, according to Wisconsin cops.

The 5-foot-9, 135-pound mother is accused of asking her son during the alleged attack: “Do you want to know how George Floyd died? He died something like this. Do you want to die just like him?” the Kenosha News reported.

She is alleged to have continued berating her son: "Tell me you can’t breathe. Tell me. [Expletive] tell me,” according to WITI-TV.

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