Police Brutality Incident
On December 21, 2016 a White/Caucasian Fort Worth Police Department police officer arrested and assaulted Jackie Craig and her daughter after they reported that a white man had assaulted her 7-year-old son. Jackie and her daughter were then taken to jail by the officer. 
After the police officer had a quiet exchange with the attacker, he strolled over to the mother, identified by family members on social media as Jacqueline Craig, and asked condescendingly, “What’s going on with you?” 
“My daughter and son came home, saying that this man grabbed him and choked him,” Craig said as her daughter recorded. “I came around here and asked him. I said, ‘Why did you put your hands on my son?’ He said, ‘Oh, he threw some paper and I told him to pick it up.’ He said he defied him and that’s why he did it…you don’t have the right to choke somebody’s son. My son is 7-years-old, you don’t have the right to grab him and choke him.” 
In response to Craig’s distress, the police officer asked in an accusing tone, “Why don’t you teach your son not to litter?”
“He can’t prove to me that he did or didn’t, but it doesn’t matter,” Craig said. “That doesn’t give him the right to put his hands on him.” To which the officer responded, “Why not?” 
At this time, Craig, visibly upset told the officer that he didn’t know what she taught her children, made it clear that he was wrong for interrogating her instead of the man that assaulted her 7-year-old son. 
The officer then asked Jackie, “Why are you yelling?” 
She explained that she was “pissed off” that he would even suggest that her son deserved to be assaulted and questioned her parenting skills, to which he responded, “If you keep yelling at me, you’re going to piss me off and I’m going take you to jail.”
When the woman’s daughter, identified by family on social media as Brea Hymond, attempted to get between her and the officer, he pushed her out of the way, grabbed Craig pushed her to the ground, pressed a Taser into her back, then pointed the Taser at her family. 
Craig was arrested on outstanding traffic warrants and is accused of resisting arrest, records show. Her 19-year-old daughter, Brea Hymond, faces charges of interfering with public duties and resisting arrest.
The family was released on Thursday afternoon.