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MANILA (Reuters) - A U.S. Marine on Monday admitted in court choking, but not killing, a Filipino transgender in self-defence in a case that could test the strength of security ties between the Philippines and the United States.
OLONGAPO CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - U.S. security escorts were delaying handing over a U.S. Marine convicted of killing a transgender woman to Philippine police who had been ordered to bring him to the national penitentiary to serve his sentence, a lawyer for the victim said on Tuesday.
OLONGAPO CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - A Philippine court found a U.S. Marine guilty of killing a transgender woman on Tuesday, jailing him for six to 12 years in a case that has reignited debate over the American military presence in its former colony.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippine Court of Appeals has upheld a guilty verdict on a U.S. Marine for killing a transgender woman nearly three years ago, a case that stirred debate over the U.S. military presence in its former colony.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): A Philippine local court has ordered the early release of a US serviceman serving a 10-year jail term for the brutal death in 2014 of a Filipino transgender.
Philippine court to hear appeal against early release of U.S. Marine convicted of killing transgender woman
MANILA (Reuters) - A U.S. Marine convicted of killing a transgender woman in the Philippines nearly six years ago will remain in prison while the victim's lawyer seeks to overturn a court ruling granting him an early release, a presidential spokesman said on Thursday.
A United States marine convicted of killing a transgender woman will stay in detention in the Philippines while a court reviews its earlier ruling to free him halfway into his 10-year jail term, officials said.
MANILA, Sept 7 (AFP): Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has granted an absolute pardon to a US marine convicted of killing a transgender woman, officials said Monday, drawing condemnation from rights groups.
MANILA (AFP): President Rodrigo Duterte's pardon of a US marine convicted of killing a transgender woman should help the Philippines gain access to coronavirus vaccines being developed by American companies, his spokesman said on Thursday (Sept 10)