US Army Soldier Skylar Nemetz Convicted of Manslaughter in Shooting Death of Wife Danielle in 2014, Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison

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Skylar Nemetz, US Army, and his wife Danielle Nemetz

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Joseph Pemberton, US Marine Corps, Found Guilty by Philippines Court for Murder of Filipina Sex Worker Jennifer Laude; Sentenced to 6-12 Years in Prison (2014)

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Lance Corporel Joseph Pemberton, USMC

Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton, US Marine Corps, sentenced to 6-12 years in a Philippine prison for killing Jennifer Laude, a trans Filipina sex worker, in October 2014.

“His sentence was downgraded from the usual 20 to 40 years for homicide under Philippine law, in part because Laude failed to disclose to Pemberton that she was trans.” -Buzz Feed

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Local Marine to speak against sexual abuse at Geneva Convention

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DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Davidson County native Stephanie Schroeder is an advocate for victims of sexual abuse following the nightmare she suffered after reporting a sexual assault while serving in the military.

On Thursday, Schroeder stopped by FOX8 Thursday to talk about her experience and how she is turning her personal tragedy into a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help others.

Schroeder has been invited to travel to Switzerland in November to speak before the United Nations at the Geneva Convention during the Elimination of Violence Against Women session.

At age 21, Schroeder joined the U.S. Marine Corps not long after 9/11.

A year and a half later, after reporting a sexual assault, the Marines diagnosed her with a personality disorder and deemed her psychologically unfit for the Corps.

Schroeder told CNN that the nightmare began when a fellow Marine followed her to the bathroom in April 2002.

She says he then punched her…

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