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Status hearing set for Japan-based Marine who refused COVID-19 vaccine


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MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan — The Marine Corps next month plans to “assess the status” of the case against Lance Cpl. Catherine Arnett, who faces court-martial on charges linked to her refusal of a COVID-19 vaccine.

A military judge in Japan, Navy Cmdr. Ben Robertson, on Monday delayed Arnett’s special court-martial after her lawyer cited an Aug. 18 order by a federal judge temporarily barring the Corps from punishing or discharging Marines who refused the vaccine on religious grounds.

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