A viral video has circulated social media showing a man assaulting elderly patients.
The original video, and a few adjunct bits of footage containing the same man pummeling his vulnerable patients, elicited abundant anger as social media users voiced their disgust at the cowardly act.
In the first video, the prone elderly man attempts to defend himself as the stronger, younger man lays into him with blows to the head.
The man throws multiple punches at the cowering elderly man until he draws blood. He then grabs a bed sheet to wipe the blood, while muttering unintelligibly to the battered elderly man.
The clips were posted to Twitter, with an alleged identification of the man in question being made.
The man, who was identified by Twitter users, reportedly attended a care home facility in Michigan.
The original poster of the sickening videos alerted the authorities of the man’s actions, forwarding the alarming footage.
Another social media user took a screenshot of the videos and forwarded them to the man’s alleged employer.
→[2nd Vid of Jadon Hayden Beating Elderly Video Link: https://t.co/8GOm0HAPeh] Download if needed to send to the authorities.. Michigan's DHS's Adult Protective Services. 24Hr. Hotline: 855-444-3911 (He works at Saints Incorporated Disability Group Home: https://t.co/qgPqY7lq4e) pic.twitter.com/XA7OomSYl0
— Sum Ting Wong ™ (@realsumtingwong) May 21, 2020
In the second video, he strikes the scrawny, emaciated elderly patient on the bed as they appear to sleep.
The perpetrator breathes heavily, with his face mask lowered toward his chin, as he dishes out several blows to another defenseless patient.
***5/21/20 Update: I sent the email to MI's DHS Adult Protective Services with all the links and attachments they need to arrest him. →And tonight God sent YOU as His Angels to protect the Veteran. To God be the glory! Keep fighting the good fight soldiers! #WWG1WGA pic.twitter.com/rE62gnxavR
— Sum Ting Wong (@realsumtingwong) May 21, 2020
Many of the comments took aim at Gov. Whitmer, suspecting that the Michigan representative would not bat an eye at the horrible abandonment of duty from the caretaker.
Others tagged various news sources and anchors in an effort to further publicize the awful acts taking place to defenseless elderly people.
The original tweet had garnered over 1,200 retweets at this present time.
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