Family of Murdered Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen Seeks $35m in Damages From Federal Government for Sexual Harassment, Abuse, Assault, Rape, Sodomy, and Wrongful Death — Daniel Whyte III Says This is One of the Saddest Most Heart-breaking Stories in American Military History. The Government Ought to Give Them $100 Million Voluntarily, But This Would Not Take Away the Awful Pain and Heartache From This Family. Pray for This Family.

 

Vanessa Guillen, 20, was murdered near the military base in 2020 by fellow soldier Aaron Robinson, then 20, who bludgeoned her with a hammer

Family of Murdered Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen Seeks $35m in Damages From Federal Government for Sexual Harassment, Abuse, Assault, Rape, Sodomy, and Wrongful Death — Daniel Whyte III Says This is One of the Saddest Most Heart-breaking Stories in American Military History. The Government Ought to Give Them $100 Million Voluntarily, But This Would Not Take Away the Awful Pain and Heartache From This Family. Pray for This Family.

The family of a Texas soldier who was sexually harassed and killed at a military base near Killeen in 2020 filed a lawsuit Friday seeking $35million in damages from the US government.

Vanessa Guillen, 20, was murdered near the military base in 2020 by fellow soldier Aaron Robinson, then 20, who bludgeoned her with a hammer, removed her body from an armory at Fort Hood, Texas, and then dismembered her and buried her remains on April 22 of that year.

Robinson died as cops moved to arrest him, with his death reported as a suicide.

An investigation by military officials into the death of Guillen, who was killed by a fellow soldier at US Army base Fort Hood, found that she was also sexually harassed and that leaders failed to take appropriate action.
Source: DAILYMAIL.com, Alyssa Guzman