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brandw

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  • Gender: Male
    Age: 40
    Country: United States
    About Me: Hello, I’m reaching out today to any local employers in hopes you have an open position I can immediately fill. I am a loyal, hardworking 40-year-old white man, with a 19-year-old daughter, who lives with me. I need a solid job, to continue to support both of us. I’ve included my resume to help you learn more about my skills, work ethic and assist with your hiring decision. I understand that there is a lot of social stigma and heavy discrimination towards anyone with a sex offence in their past. This is one reason I am addressing my situation openly and truthfully with you now. When I was 18 years old, I was accused (by my mother-in-law) of attempting to hurt my step-children. Even though she had ulterior motives behind her accusation (and no proof), my integrity as a step-dad was called into question. You can imagine how horrified I was at the thought of such a hurtful act. I loved my two step children (as much as my own daughter), and could never have done anything of the kind. Like you would, if God-forbid this ever happened to you, I attempted to hire an attorney. Nearly everyone I contacted wanted $30,000 to defend me. As an 18-year old father, I didn’t have enough savings to cover that steep amount. Eventually, my mother-in-law dropped the charges, and I thought this nightmare was behind me. But I was wrong. The state picked up the case and decided to prosecute me anyway. I spent 12 years in prison because of a false accusation. And because I didn’t have enough money to hire a good lawyer to take up my defense. This is a hard this to prove and defend yourself against they would tell me. So eventually I gave in and took a plea, afraid that the alternative was to spend the rest of my life locked up in a cage. I am willing to answer any questions you may have (and I have personal references you can call) to hear about the man I really am, instead of the monster people think I am. During the time, I was incarcerated, I made the best I could out of an unfathomable situation. I read everything I could get my hands on and studied every day. While inside, I worked for and obtained an Associate’s Degree in business from Miami Dade College. I then went on to take more classes through Louisiana State University remoted working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business. I am just a few credits shy and want to finish up those final classes when I can afford to re-enroll. I am a man who has lived a hard life, and done the best I could, given the hand that was dealt me. Today I am writing to you looking for a fair shot at a decent job, so I can support my family. As you may imagine, it has not been an easy ride, being ridiculed, outcast and rejected at every turn. I have applied for jobs which I’m highly qualified for, nailed the interviews, and when the background check comes back, get denied (and the circumstances of my conviction never seem to matter). Since I was released, I’ve been trying to grow a remote computer business, but self-employment is not supplying me with the consistent money flow I need, or the proof of income needed to buy a house. Thank you for taking the time to read this far. Please contact me at 727-642-2916 with any opportunities. Sincerely, Brandon
    About Me

    About Me

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      40
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    • About me
      Hello,
      I’m reaching out today to any local employers in hopes you have an open position I can immediately fill.
      I am a loyal, hardworking 40-year-old white man, with a 19-year-old daughter, who lives with me. I need a solid job, to continue to support both of us. I’ve included my resume to help you learn more about my skills, work ethic and assist with your hiring decision.
      I understand that there is a lot of social stigma and heavy discrimination towards anyone with a sex offence in their past. This is one reason I am addressing my situation openly and truthfully with you now. When I was 18 years old, I was accused (by my mother-in-law) of attempting to hurt my step-children. Even though she had ulterior motives behind her accusation (and no proof), my integrity as a step-dad was called into question. You can imagine how horrified I was at the thought of such a hurtful act. I loved my two step children (as much as my own daughter), and could never have done anything of the kind.
      Like you would, if God-forbid this ever happened to you, I attempted to hire an attorney. Nearly everyone I contacted wanted $30,000 to defend me. As an 18-year old father, I didn’t have enough savings to cover that steep amount. Eventually, my mother-in-law dropped the charges, and I thought this nightmare was behind me. But I was wrong. The state picked up the case and decided to prosecute me anyway.
      I spent 12 years in prison because of a false accusation. And because I didn’t have enough money to hire a good lawyer to take up my defense. This is a hard this to prove and defend yourself against they would tell me. So eventually I gave in and took a plea, afraid that the alternative was to spend the rest of my life locked up in a cage. I am willing to answer any questions you may have (and I have personal references you can call) to hear about the man I really am, instead of the monster people think I am.
      During the time, I was incarcerated, I made the best I could out of an unfathomable situation. I read everything I could get my hands on and studied every day. While inside, I worked for and obtained an Associate’s Degree in business from Miami Dade College. I then went on to take more classes through Louisiana State University remoted working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business. I am just a few credits shy and want to finish up those final classes when I can afford to re-enroll.
      I am a man who has lived a hard life, and done the best I could, given the hand that was dealt me. Today I am writing to you looking for a fair shot at a decent job, so I can support my family. As you may imagine, it has not been an easy ride, being ridiculed, outcast and rejected at every turn.
      I have applied for jobs which I’m highly qualified for, nailed the interviews, and when the background check comes back, get denied (and the circumstances of my conviction never seem to matter). Since I was released, I’ve been trying to grow a remote computer business, but self-employment is not supplying me with the consistent money flow I need, or the proof of income needed to buy a house.
      Thank you for taking the time to read this far. Please contact me at 727-642-2916 with any opportunities.
      Sincerely,
      Brandon
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