Vanessa Guillen’s sister doesn’t think soldier was killed in base’s armory room and says evidence is 'sketchy'
VANESSA Guillen's sister does not think the soldier was killed in the base's armory room and said the evidence is "sketchy."
Myra Guillen told Crime Online that the evidence about her sister's Fort Hood death does not add up.
"Honestly, in my heart, I don't believe that it happened in the arms room. I honestly don't feel like that’s the real story," she said.
"It's so, so sketchy because they say he clocked out at 11.40. What makes me think he can do everything in 40 minutes from picking her up, cleaning up, and everything? There's no way."
The sister went on to say that she believes there are more people involved than previously noted.
"I believe she was taken unconscious," Myra said. "There's no telling where he might have went or with who. I don't know if it was just him or Aguilar or there's more people to this which I strongly believe there is."
Guillen, 20, was last seen alive on April 22. However, her body was found months later, on June 30 – in a shallow grave near Fort Hood.
Investigators found her body dismembered, and encased in cement.
As authorities worked to interrogate suspect Aaron Robinson on the night Guillen's body was discovered, he killed himself.
The US Attorney's Office for the Western District of Texas alleged Robinson had his girlfriend, Cecily Aguilar, 22, help him hide Guillen's body.
Guillen's family have demanded Congress investigate claims that the soldier was sexually harassed before her death.
"How could this happen on a military base? How can this happen while she was on duty?" Vanessa Guillen's sister, Lupe asked angrily at a press conference in July.
The Guillen family met with President Trump in late July, as he vowed to "get to the bottom" of her death.
As authorities searched for Guillen's body and later worked to piece together the incidents surrounding her death, more than two dozen soldiers on the base have died this year.
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