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    Video Shows Healthcare Staff Punching, Beating Man With Mental Disabilities With Belt

    Updated: May 17, 2019 at 5:36 pm EST  See Comments

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    GORDON, Ga. (WTSP-TV) The family of a mentally disabled Georgia man has released video showing their loved one being repeatedly beaten by staff hired to care for him.

    Brian Jarrad, the family’s attorney, said the family wanted to release video of the 2013 incident now to warn the public that neglect is happening at facilities all across Georgia.

    “These are some of our most weakest, our most vulnerable citizens. So, it’s important to know and watch and to see when they’re not being cared for appropriately,” said Jarrard.

    The Macon attorney represents 55-year-old Joey Cason. When Cason’s family could no longer care for him, they admitted him into Total Care, a facility in Gordon, Georgia, licensed to care for the developmentally disabled.

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