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Posted on 05/13/2019 5:17:33 PM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Horrifying footage shows 55-year-old man being beaten with a belt 30 TIMES by staff at care home who also let other residents attack him
A horrifying video has captured the moment a 55-year-old mentally disabled man was beaten at his care home in Georgia.
The disturbing footage shows staff members punching Joey Cason in the face and repeatedly hitting him.
One staff member at the Total Care facility is seen beating Cason with a belt 30 times while he cowers in the corner in fear before falling to the ground in tears.
Surveillance video also captured staff punching Cason on the ground and letting other residents hit him.
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Why have those scumbags not been Prosecuted, ARRESTED and the place taken over by a whole new Management/Staff ??!!
Or at least they have been SSS...
Good post, people NEED to see this.
Somebody probably gave him a Trump cap.
Yes Roughly 100miles from where I live.
Sadly this not the first time I have heard of hear in Georgia.
Want be the last either.
These Animals should be well put down.
Bet she a Democratic.
They want to murder innocent children before they are born. It Rots away there very soul and this is what you are with. Nothing but animals.
Is he a democrat?
Makes it a Federal crime to strike a Senior
In this case throw the book at them Senior or not
What they did is unspeakable.
Gee. Maybe if we celebrated them for two months instead of just one blacks would act better.
Hope these folks swing for this.
These people need to be dealt with in a manner that will deter others.
Reminds me of my whuppings as a kid. What’s the big deal?
Drug addicts and other criminals are routinely hired as nurses’ aides in nursing homes including veterans’ homes. They’re rough with them and insulting towards them in their presence.
Black thugs attacking a disabled white person.
I’m sure the Democrats would approve of this given the victim’s white privilege and all.
Over the last several years, my white guilt has magically been cured.
Law enforcement in Georgia needs a copy of the video. Isn’t this a crime?
Certified Nurses Aides are some of the most under paid and underappreciated workers in the country.
They are typically over worked and under staffed.
Nursing homes also have high turnover rates for nursing staff. It is hard work for little pay and it is also work that has to be done on night shifts and weekends. If you can get better work you will take it in a heartbeat.
They are one of the most likely workers to suffer injuries on the job (mostly back injuries)
That said if you have a loved one in a nursing home you need to visit them frequently. Check them for injuries. Most of the time the injuries will be from neglect.
As I said before every nursing home I have ever visited was under staffed so neglect is common.
My grandmother was in one of the best nursing homes in our area and it was my brother that found that she had gangrene on her foot. This should never have occurred without the notice of the nursing staff and her attending physician. Gangrene has a pungent sweet smell that anyone should have noticed. She also should have been bathed daily at which time the wound should have been noticed.
I will say it again, a patient in a nursing home needs an intrusive relative that visits frequently. This gives the staff an incentive to treat your loved one well. The staff notices who gets visitors and who does not.
Another example of blacks beating on whites who can not defend themselves.....hang the bastards!
So sad. My mom was in a nursing home in Torrance, CA. Alzheimers. They took very good care of her as she deteriorated. And deteriorated. Her main nurse was an Middle Eastern man named Habib. I called him Saint Habib. He could not. have been more caring or on top of her condition.
She died there at 84. Even then, Torrance was becoming blacker and blacker...who knows what the standard of care is now.
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