Gary Casper Wikipedia
Gary Casper was an executive for the Tennessee-based Transcard company, who was fired on May 17 after posting a meme showing former President Barack Obama with a tie around his neck.Casper referred to himself as the vice president of information technology at Transcend. Casper began working at the company in 2009. Casper says on that profile that he previously worked at U.S. Xpress. Casper says that he studied at Dalton State College in Dalton, Georgia.
Gary Casper Meme
Gary Casper posted a meme that shows former President Barack Obama with a tie around his neck. The image title says: “Pay per view”. United States law states that threatening the life of a former president or the immediate family of the former president is a crime and can result in a 5-year prison sentence.
On May 17, Transcard said in a statement on its Facebook page that the employee who made the post had been fired. The press release said: Transcard is a technology information company based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Company President Chris Fuller told The Chattanooga Times Free Press: “As soon as Transcard realized that an employee was using social media to engage in political discourse, he took immediate steps to end his relationship with that person”. According to the company’s official website, its goal “is to bring you the latest in payment innovation as we continually interact with financial institutions, technology partners, industry opinion leaders, networks and other payment facilitators.”
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