Vanessa Guillen Found Dead – We learnt about the death a beloved American soldier Vanessa Guillen. She was found dead shortly after she went missing.
Vanessa Guillen was bludgeoned to death with a hammer in the armory room where she worked, an attorney for Guillen’s family said.
We are deeply saddened by the news about #VanessaGuillen. Our hearts go out to her friends and family. Her suspected killer was found today with a fatal gunshot wound and it is being ruled as a suicide. We demand a congressional investigation. We demand #JusticeforVanessaGuillen.
We are deeply saddened by the news about #VanessaGuillen. Our hearts go out to her friends and family. Her suspected killer was found today with a fatal gunshot wound and it is being ruled as a suicide. We demand a congressional investigation. We demand #JusticeforVanessaGuillen. pic.twitter.com/WzCcFrdqti
— Lawyer4ThePeople (@andrewlopezlaw) July 1, 2020
Guillen’s body was transported from the military installation by her killer, attorney Natalie Khawam told CNN, citing details the family learned during a meeting with Army investigators on Wednesday night.
The main suspect in disappearance was identified by officials on Thursday as Spc. Aaron David Robinson.
Khawam said the family told her that Guillen had planned to file a harassment complaint against Robinson the day after she was killed, and that they believe Robinson became enraged when she told him that.
Fort Hood officials said they were not aware of reports of sexual harassment involving Robinson but the investigation was ongoing.
Robinson, 20, killed himself on Wednesday after police confronted him in Killeen, according to US Army Criminal Investigation Command, which calls itself CID. He fled Fort Hood late on Tuesday.
Guillen, 20, was last seen in the parking lot of her barracks at the Texas Army base on April 22, CID said.
Senior members of CID Command met with Guillen’s family on Wednesday, Phelps said.
Before Guillen went missing, she told her family that she was being sexually harassed by one of her sergeants at Fort Hood, according to a website her family set up to promote the search. The sergeant wasn’t identified.
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