As reported by the Washington Times, Ohio police officers have arrested 20-year-old BLM supporter, Isaiah Jackson, in connection with a photo of a man supposedly kneeling on a child’s neck.

The world erupted in fury when George Floyd died on May 25th when a video of a police officer kneeling on his neck for almost nine minutes went viral.

Floyd’s death sparked a global resurgence in the Black Lives Matter movement which has seen protests across the world.

Now, however, an image similar to that of Floyd’s has spread across the internet showing a man supposedly kneeling on the neck of a toddler alongside the caption “Blm now mf.”

The photo, which has drawn criticism from Unapologetic, has sparked yet more anger online and the Washington Times has since reported that a 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection to the image.

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Man arrested for kneeling on toddlers neck

The man allegedly responsible for the image has been arrested by police officers in Clark County, located near the city of Dayton, Ohio.

According to Dayton 24/7 Now, the man arrested has been identified as 20-year-old Isaiah Jackson and the same outlet has confirmed that Jackson has been arrested for a Parole Authority holder issued by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

According to a sheriff’s office statement quoted in WHIO 7 News, Jackson has yet to be charged by Clark County police for a felony in relation to the image.

The child, who has not been identified, was reportedly taken to hospital but was confirmed to be uninjured by the incident according to Dayton 24/7 Now.


Who is Isaiah Jackson?

According to Jackson’s Facebook page, he was born in Springfield, Ohio and attended Keifer Alternative Academy in the same city.

Jackson is now understood to be living in Moorefield Township in Clark County, Ohio, according to Dayton 24/7 Now.

Jackson’s Facebook page suggests that he works at the fast-food restaurant chain, Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken.

However, the fast-food chain, which has branches in 13 states across the US, has since released a statement via its Facebook page to confirm that Jackson “is not currently nor has ever been a team member in our Ohio locations.”

Isaiah Jackson is currently being detained by Clark County police officers while an invesitgation continues in order to “provide a determination on the scope and breadth of the felony charges” according to a statement quoted in WHIO 7 News.