Okla. Man Savagely Beat a One-Month-Old Because the Child Was Crying


There’s a special place in hell for people like this. One could argue that capital punishment isn’t a fitting enough sentence for the man involved in this story.

(Note: Some may find the details of this story extremely disturbing.)

An Oklahoma man is being charged with six counts of child abuse after severely beating a one-month-old infant, because the child was crying. Not enough charges have been filed against this man, if you ask anyone with a heart.

Muskogee, Okla. resident Robert Jackson Jones Jr., 24, reportedly confessed to abusing an infant so badly that it’s a wonder the child is still alive.

According to Tulsa World:

Jones told investigators he grabbed the infant by the throat, shook him and smothered him to muffle his cries, the affidavit says. It further states that Jones confessed to slamming the baby against a changing table, throwing him into a ceiling fan and dropping him in the bathroom.

The heinous and unconscionable acts allegedly occurred between Aug. 16-19, but Jones and the child's mother didn’t take the baby to the hospital until Aug. 20.

The baby somehow survived, and is in critical condition with two skull fractures, a bruised eye, fingerprint bruises around both sides of his neck and a blood pool around his brain.

If this doesn’t make you sick to your stomach, then nothing will.

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