Soldier dating another soldiers wife
Skylar and Danielle were the picture of a happy couple.
And will you reach the same conclusion the jurors did?
Skylar couldn't wait to get home to Danielle."Danielle had called me that morning, and she had ... They ordered pizza to celebrate."I had a shot of Sailor Jerry's and a glass of Fireball with Red Bull," said Skylar."Were you drunk?
" Moriarty asked."I don't think I was drunk, but I was -- I would say, I was buzzed. "But also in a great mood."But less than three hours later, everything suddenly went wrong.
"There was no issues in their relationship."Except for the times they were forced to be apart.
In the fall of 2014, Skylar, an infantry soldier, had been on deployment in eastern Washington for nearly three weeks of battlefield training after living in a Stryker vehicle with three guys. "She was just so excited."On the afternoon of October 16, Danielle was waiting at the Army base to drive Skylar home to their small, two-bedroom apartment.
A year-and-a-half after shooting his 19-year-old wife, Danielle, 21-year-old Skylar Nemetz is on trial in Tacoma, Washington, charged with murder in the first degree."I feel like my heart was -- ripped outta my chest and all the veins, too, with it the day that my wife died," Skylar Nemetz told "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty in his only interview."But you caused it," Moriarty noted."I know," he replied. No one who knew them could have imagined the tragic events that unfolded on Oct.
Heller calls her middle child a gentle and kind soul, "very loving - caring, sensitive," who was -- and still is -- very much in love with Danielle."She was so bubbly and fantastic," he told Moriarty."She was great.""Danielle was his everything," Heller said.