New images, video surface of young black man ruthlessly beating elderly white patients in nursing home
He was sent there after being diagnosed with Covid 19!!
Editor Warning: The photos and video clips you’re going to see in this article are extremely disturbing.
DETROIT, MI – A new video clip and photos have emerged showing the victims of ongoing attacks in a nursing home in Michigan.
On Friday, Law Enforcement Today told you about a disturbing event caught on video of a young man beating an elderly nursing home patient until he bled. And on Saturday, we exposed new details about the investigation.
Jaydon Hayden, 20 years old, filmed himself punching multiple elderly people repeatedly until they bled at the Westwood Nursing Center.
We’ve learned about a new victim thanks to a GoFundMe campaign launched by a grandchild.
Lana Rodriguez share photos of her grandmother, along with the following message:
She share more information about the injuries the grandmother suffered.
“This man needs to be brought to justice. My poor grandmother suffered a hematoma and a mild concussion due to this monster including other medical factors.”
The video is even more disturbing.
“We have raised a small amount but thank you for those who have contributed . My grandmother has been recovering from her attacker but we still are trying to raise for a good lawyer to go against this animal in a court of law and for medical expenses,” said Rodriguez.
The man in the original video that went viral was a 75-year-old United States Veteran.
And on Saturday, we discovered that Hayden was only brought to the nursing home last week, and he was staying there because he was diagnosed with COVID-19.
If that doesn’t make sense to you, you’re not alone.
Hayden’s father spoke to the local news station Fox2. He said that Hayden has mental health issues, including autism, and severe behavioral issues, and while he does box, he’s normally not vicious.
His father (who wished to not be identified) said that Hayden called him from the group home he’s living at to say that he wasn’t sleeping well, was hearing voices, and was feeling anxious.
Last week, he went to a mental health facility in Ann Arbor. While there, he was diagnosed with the virus and workers told his father they were taking him to another facility to quarantine.
His father said that Hayden should not have been taken to the nursing home and he would not have consented if he knew that’s where they were taking him.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, of course, has for some reason ordered that patients with COVID-19 positive tests be quarantined inside of nursing homes. We don’t know much about the virus, but what we do know is that it has proven deadly to the elderly.
Whitmer’s executive order requires nursing homes that are at less than 80% capacity to take in quarantined COVID-19 patients.
Melissa Samuel, president of the Health Care Association of Michigan, told Detroit News:
“These were areas that we immediately brought to the attention of the state and said you shouldn’t be implementing this in this manner.”
A spokesperson has since said that Whitmer is “reviewing” the order.
Hayden’s father said:
“It should’ve never happened because he should’ve never been put in that environment.”
But, he was in that environment, and it did happen. While he punched the man repeatedly in the face and head, Hayden called the man, “Bitch ass n*gga” several times.
Hayden is also accused of assaulting a staff member in Washtenaw County and there is at least one other video of him assaulting an elderly patient, a female this time.
Hayden has a YouTube channel full of videos of him boxing, along with “pranks.”
Fox2 reported that he attends NorWayne Boxing Gym but he’s not an official member of the youth program there.
The gym issued a statement online, which said:
“We share everyone’s sadness over this situation. What this highlights is the importance of helping at-risk kids in our community at an early age.”
Westwood Nursing Center said that they were unaware of the abuse until they saw the video. Their attorney has said that they are cooperating with police and investigating the incident on their own as well.
Social media has not been kind regarding the situation.
Here’s the original story we brought you.
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Just sent news4jax this message via Facebook messenger & thought I’d share. If they should decide to comment, I’ll be sure to share that information with you. ???
I am reaching out to you for comment regarding the following observations;
The first is in regard to to an event that occurred May 13th at approximately 7:30 pm at the JSO police memorial wall.
A group of survivors & officers met at the memorial to honor and remember the 62 Jacksonville police officers that died in the line of duty, as well as to read the names of the 2019 officers that should’ve been honored in our nation’s capital this year, but couldn’t because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A candlelight vigil was to follow.
Soon after I arrived to the memorial wall, one of your reporters arrived with her videographer. She proceeded to interview a surviving spouse regarding the event at hand.
Soon after, our group organized & began our impromptu ceremony.
The ceremony started with recently retired JSO Police Officer reading a poem titled The Final Inspection during which JSO air unit performed a ceremonial flyover.
During that short time (maybe 2 minutes) I noticed your reporter either take a picture or a short video via her cell phone.
We then started reading the names of the 2019 officers that died in the line of duty.
Immediately, I noticed that your reporter was distracted and even appeared to be bored. Of course I cannot say what her mindset was with certainty, but can only convey what it looked like based on appearance.
Through my observations it truly appeared as though she was disinterested to the point that it was irreverent to the occasion.
She was fooling around with her cell phone and never even looked up. This went on for a few minutes, meanwhile the names of the fallen were still being read.
She then stepped away from the group & shortly after came back only to signal to the videographer that they were leaving, and they proceeded to just that leaving me to wonder why she bothered to attend in the first place.
When I returned home from the ceremony, the encounter troubled me enough to research who the reporter was....Corley Peel.
Imagine my surprise when I google searched Corley & discovered that she was arrested for DUI by SCSO just last month.
I then went to your website & searched for a news story that may explain the the events surrounding Corley’s arrest & found nothing.
Ironically, the story you reported on regarding JSO officer dated 12/13/18 whom, by the way, was gravely injured in the line of duty, was arrested for DUI remains on your website.
That brings me to my first questions.
Why isn’t Corley’s DUI story on your website? Do you think that is a double standard? Would you be willing to put her story on your website along with the outcome like it was with our gravely injured JSO officer?
That brings me to the “hit pieces” that you’ve reported on regarding JSO as of late.
First being the article titled “Man dies after JSO reported his injuries were ‘non life threatening’
What was the intention of that headline? It appears that you are attempting to influence your viewers that the officers employed by JSO are medically trained.
Am I misguided in my observations?
And finally that brings me to the story you published titled “Woman says Jacksonville police entered home without warrant, used excessive force”
Based on the video that the defendant (that is now charged with Battery On A Law Enforcement Officer) submitted, are you again attempting to influence your viewer’s opinion solely based on a one sided statement and poor video recording from a cell phone? I am inclined to believe that your only angle to this story as well as the previous stories mentioned are intended to merely inflame this community with the scarcity of all of the facts as well as bolster the ratings of WJXT?
I plan on posting these concerns to my private Facebook feed.
As with you, I believe in full transparency and will happily post your response in full.
Surviving spouse of Mark H. Larson. JSO 6962, End Of Watch 3.24.2014
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