A homeless veteran in Pennsylvania who was beaten to the point of hospitalization last week has people coming together to give him a helping hand. He says it could be the turning point in his life he has needed for quite some time.
Restaurant owner takes in homeless Veteran after he’s severely beaten
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A quiet fell over the room as a group of Dietrich Schmieman's fellow Marines stood in a line facing their commanding officer. The crowd hushed in silence as the roll call started. Each of the Marines answered -- until Schmieman's name was called. "Sgt. Schmieman," the call started. "Sgt. Dietrich Schmieman! Sgt. Dietrich Aaron Schmieman!" As a 21-gun salute boomed outside, sniffles and sobs broke out among the 200 people gathered Saturday at Central Church in Richland.
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