Over a year later and after numerous investigations, we still don’t know precisely what happened to Vanessa Guillen and who all was involved in the sexual harassment, killing, and subsequent cover-up. The current description doesn’t add up and the history of the base is problematic, to say the least. Fort Hood Army Spc.
Aaron Robinson was accused of the killing but allegedly took his own life during a police pursuit. Robinson’s girlfriend Cecily Aguilar was indicted by a federal grand jury on one count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence and two substantive tallies of tampering with evidence. Aguilar faces up to 20 years in federal jail for each count for her alleged part in the death and disappearance of Vanessa on April 22, 2020.
ICYMI, the family began the I Am Vanessa Guillen Foundation:
“Vanessa Guillen, born and raised in Houston, Tx. September 30th, 1999. Daughter, sister, soldier.”
“Vanessa was the second oldest of six siblings. Her beloved hobbies were running track, cross country, and playing soccer. Vanessa was the most reasonable loving person that liked helping others. She attended Cesar E Chavez High School where she then decided to join the US ARMY.
Vanessa was a fearless young girl that pursued a career in the military as she needed to protect her family and country. Unfortunately, Vanessa’s career lasted no more than two years of service. Vanessa’s life was brutally taken away by another soldier, whom she presumed to be her “brother in arms”. Those that were to protect her, failed her. There is now an activity under her name that will give reform in the military. The I am Vanessa Guillen Act. Her life was taken unjustly. She is now missed deeply by her family, friends, and the nation itself.