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about 3 months ago

The appellate court ruled the arguments of Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton in the appeal were “a rehash of the issues extensively covered in our decision.”

about 1 year ago

On this day two years ago, Jennifer Laude was found dead in a motel room in Subic, Zambales. U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton, who was found guilty for the killing, has been detained in a facility in Quezon City. But the Laude family continues to seek justice.

about 1 year ago

U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton is not going anywhere, as a court in Olongapo has denied his petition for bail. The court also reduced his prison term to ten years.

about 1 year ago

The family of slain Filipino transgender woman Jennifer Laude is pleased over a court ruling affirming of US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton's guilt.

about 1 year ago

The Olongapo Regional Trial Court Branch 74 has reduced U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton's prison sentence from 6-12 years to a maximum of 10 years, by virtue of his motion for reconsideration. Laude camp said they are “very pleased” that Pemberton’s conviction was affirmed, but they are not "too happy."

about 1 year ago

Government lawyers told the Olongapo City Regional Trial Court it has no authority over U.S. Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton's petition for bail. Pemberton was convicted of homicide for killing transgender woman Jennifer Laude.

about 1 year ago

The killing of Filipino transgender woman Jennifer Laude is undoubtedly the biggest crime story in 2015. But what makes this case controversial?

about 1 year ago

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Joseph Scott Pemberton is asking a regional trial court in Olongapo City to grant him bail. The court found him guilty of homicide for killing Filipino transgender woman Jennifer Laude.

about 1 year ago

The family of slain Filipina transgender woman Jennifer Laude has filed separate cases before the Justice Department and the Supreme Court to question the detention of convicted Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton.