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Homeless male passes out resumes rather of requesting for money; gets numerous job offers

(Meredith)– A homeless male in Mountain View, California stood at a hectic intersection giving out resumes, hoping someone would provide him a chance.

Now, 26-year-old David Casarez is supposedly sifting through hundreds of job offers.

A viral picture programs Casarez wearing a match and tie while holding up a sign that reads:”

HOMELESS. STARVING 4 SUCCESS. TAKE A RESUME.”Jasmine Scofield, a passerby who took the image, published it to Twitter on Friday where it accumulated more than 212,000 likes and 132,000 retweets.

Today I saw this young homeless guy asking for individuals to take a resume instead of requesting for money. If anybody in the Silicon Valley could help him out, that would be remarkable.

– Jasmine Scofield, @jaysc0 Twitter Casarez graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in management info systems and worked as a web developer for General Motors in Austin, Texas, the New York Post reported. He relocated to the Bay Location last September with dreams of launching a startup but rapidly lacked money. He likewise lost the vehicle he had been living in. Since then, he’s been sleeping in a park, inning accordance with regional outlet KNTV. Casarez stated all he desired was for somebody to discover his effort and offer him a chance.

“I knew it would be published on social networks. I didn’t understand it would blow up like this,” he stated. “I’m attempting not to take any money, I actually do just want a job opportunity, that’s all I’m asking.”

Inning accordance with KNTV, numerous tech business in the Bay Location have called him.

Scofield likewise tweeted that Casarez has actually received about 200 job provides from the similarity Google, Netflix, LinkedIn and numerous other companies across the country.

“I wished to keep my head up high, keep looking forward and see what chance would come next,” Casarez informed the Post. “I was thinking, you understand, like this resembled my last stop. If this didn’t work, I ‘d go back house and quit on my dream.”

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Male who raped and eliminated 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson, requesting for parole

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

In 1997, Jeremy Strohmeyer admitted to eliminating 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson. Twenty-one years later, his attorneys have stated they want him paroled.

“I took her in the big stall, the handicap stall,” he told detectives. “To keep her quiet, I choked her.”

The murder took place at the Primadonna Casino which is now the Primm Valley Resort. Sherrice was found raped and murdered in the bathroom stall.

Retired City detective Phil Ramos stated this case is one that has actually stuck with him.

“The innocence of the victim, the brutality of the murder, and the cavalier mindset of the killer,” Ramos said. “I still keep in mind taking the confession from him and he described in brutal information how he molested little Sherrice.”

At the time of the crime Jeremy Strohmeyer was 18. He pleaded guilty to the criminal offense to prevent the capital punishment and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.

“Of all the murder cases which the death sentence has actually been talked out, this is one where I was so dissatisfied when they took the death sentence off the table. He told me regarding why he killed Sherrice, he simply wanted to see exactly what it resembled to kill somebody,” Ramos said.

Almost 21 years to the day after Sherrice was murdered, Strohmeyer returned to court. Today, his attorneys were asking a judge to re-sentence Strohmeyer. They argued his brain wasn’t completely established when he devoted the murder. They said they desire the now-39-year-old to obtain the possibility of parole.

One of his lawyers, Ozzie Fumo, argued that Strohmeyer had factors in his youth which impacted that brain advancement including his mom’s mental illness, and him being set up for adoption.

Phil Ramos stated he and other investigators will be the first to affirm at a hearing should Strohmeyer get his wish for a brand-new re-sentencing.

“He was not immature. He is a cold-blooded killer and he should have been put to death for this criminal offense.”

A judge was anticipated to make a decision on Strohmeyer’s case in 3 months.

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Deaf grocery store employee punched by consumer she didn'' t hear requesting help

(Meredith)– A supermarket employee stated a customer punched her when she didn’t react to an unheard question.

Liberty Gratz is deaf and has vision loss. She’s worked at a Publix grocery store in Virginia considering that it opened last fall.

On Sunday, Liberty was kneeling to organize items on a lower shelf when she stated the buyer struck her.

“All of a sudden, I felt some female hit me in my back,” Liberty stated through her mother, Jeanette Gratz’s, interpreting, inning accordance with WRIC.

Liberty’s mother said she could not hear the lady asking where to discover an item in the store, so the female ended up being frustrated. When Liberty recognized the customer needed help, she still assisted her after the violent encounter.

“She handed the lady a pen and paper so she could inform her exactly what she needed, then showed her where it was,” Jeanette said. “She stated the girl still acted and looked mad while she was assisting her.”

The store supervisors were encouraging and analyzed security footage, but nobody could figure out the identity of the customer.

Liberty uses Sign language (ASL) to communicate with her loved ones. While at work, she interacts with clients by composing on a pad of paper.

Following the event, Liberty and her mother told WRIC they would enjoy to sit down with the customer and have a discussion about being kind to individuals.

“I understand hurt people typically are the ones that harm individuals,” Jeanette stated. “I will continue to pray for them, and I hope that things improve in their life so they can be better to other people.”

Info from WRIC via CNN contributed to this report.

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