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    September 16, 2020 – A group of congressmen led by Jackie Speier and Mark Mullin presented the bill “I am Vanessa Guillén Act” in honor of the soldier who died on April 22 at Fort Hood and the many survivors of sexual violence who have bravely emerged from it. of the disappearance and brutal murder of the 20-year-old military woman. The legislation, which has bipartisan support and could be put to a vote in a matter of weeks or by November. If passed, the law “will provide survivors with independent investigations into reports of both sexual harassment and sexual assault. It would also make sexual harassment a criminal offense in the military, helping to get to...
    They want to see the culprits of the failures that have occurred at the Texas base pointed out Vanessa Guillén’s family has been pushing. Photo: Gustavo Rangel / Impremedia TEXAS – Family of the deceased soldier Vanessa guillen expressed appreciation for the recent leadership change in the Fort Hood Military Base, but added that the modification is not enough and that it is necessary to point directly to those responsible for the failures that have occurred at the base. In a statement released by the family’s lawyer, Natalie Khawam, the relatives of the Hispanic military in Houston offered a statement about the change of commander at Fort Hood announced by the...
    The urban artist Becky G sent mariachi to sing to the military “Amor Eterno” HOUSTON – The Funeral of the Specialist Soldier Vanessa guillen it was full of emotional moments. From the tour of the southern neighborhood of Houston where the Hispanic military grew up in a horse carriage until the walk on the soccer field at Chavez High School and the testimonies that were heard throughout the day, the tribute was dignified and emotional. The music could not miss ten songs were heard in Vanessa’s last goodbye, each one had a special meaning. A mariachi who was sent by the urban artist Becky G sang to the military “Amor Eterno.” At the end of the tribute, the...
    PHOTO COURTESY OF THE GUILLÉN FAMILY OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso—Fernando Guillén, a 22-year-old gamer and YouTuber, switched on his computer, took a sip of water and a deep breath and thanked God for being alive, before beginning his live stream on video games from his bedroom in San Antonio, Texas. Sitting in a high-backed gaming chair and dressed in a black hoodie with a white bandanna around his head, Fernando began: “My heart’s beating. I’m a little bit nervous, because I usually wouldn’t do this, but,” he exhaled. “O.K., so, as of May 27, 2020, my biological father passed away and it… it came to me as a surprise,” he said, before breaking down. Fernando’s girlfriend, Fatima, entered the edge...
    President Trump voiced support for an investigation into the murder of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillén after meeting with her family Thursday about legislation that would would allow service members to report sexual harassment accusations to a third party. The #IamVanessaGuillen bill is named in honor of Guillén after she was allegedly killed by a fellow Army soldier. Mr. Trump met with Guillén's family in the White House and told her mother that her death won't be "swept under the rug," according to the White House pool report.  "We are going to look into it very powerfully," Mr. Trump said. "Maybe something can come out of it that will help Vanessa and others." President Donald Trump speaks to Gloria Guillen, the mother...
    Relatives of the soldier killed in the military space will meet next July 29 with the president of the United States. The mother of the soldier killed in Fort Hood, Vanessa Guillén, he said in an interview with Telemundo which will ask the United States President Donald Trump to close the military base as part of the measures to do justice to his daughter. “He and I are going to talk. I know I will not do it. God is going to go with me to touch your heart. Let justice be done. That if justice is done… that it be handed over to those truly responsible and that this base be closed, ”insisted Gloria Guillén. Those wretches deserve...
    Vanessa’s family called a march on July 30 to Congress to ask for the approval of the “I am Vanessa Guillen” law against sexual harassment and abuse in the Armed Forces. Vanessa Guillén’s family called for a march in Washington on July 30. Photo: Facebook / Guillén Family / Courtesy The House of Representatives Armed Services Commission will hold a special hearing on July 29 to evaluate the case for the disappearance and death of the soldier Vanessa Guillén and its implications for military institutions. A subpanel of the federal congressional commission will examine the allegations related to the alleged sexual harassment suffered by the military woman of Mexican origin before she was killed in the...
    New York — Too Many Unanswered Questions Amid Call for More Protests and Inquiry from Federal Congress Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillén She was killed on a day like today three months ago at the military base located in Killeen, Texas. The version used by the authorities indicates that the soldier Aaron David Robinson She was attacked with hammer blows in the armory of the fort while the military carried out inventory tasks as an “essential” employee on a day that was not supposed to be a working day due to the coronavirus emergency. Although he did not directly supervise Vanessa and had the rank of Specialist, the information available at the time indicates that the two exchanged texts...
    Too many unanswered questions amid a call for more protests and a probe from the federal Congress Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillén She was killed on a day like today three months ago at the military base located in Killeen, Texas. The version used by the authorities suggests that the soldier Aaron David Robinson she was attacked with hammer blows in the fort’s armory while the military carried out inventory tasks as an “essential” employee on a day that was not supposed to be a work day due to the coronavirus emergency. Although he did not directly supervise Vanessa and had the rank of Specialist, the information available at the time indicates that They both exchanged texts to meet...
    (CNN)Rep. Jackie Speier is pushing for several amendments to be included in the National Defense Authorizations Act to address sexual harassment in the military, in response to Spc. Vanessa Guillén's killing in Texas earlier this year."We are heartbroken and outraged by the horrific murder of SPC Vanessa Guillén at the hands of another military servicemember," Speier, the chairwoman of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel, says in a letter to her colleagues, "We are concerned about many aspects of this case, including the length of time it took for the military to find SPC Guillén. We are particularly troubled that SPC Guillén told her family that she had been harassed by another servicemember but was too afraid to...
    © Blanca Rodríguez AlanísVanessa Guillén’s memorial grows in Houston. TEXAS – Phrases don’t have to be long to have a huge impact. The sister of Vanessa Guillén posted on his account Twitter four words that for all those who mourn the death of the Houston soldier produce nostalgia and emphasize the terrible moment that the Guillén family is going through. Wednesday afternoon Mayra Guillén He shared a bit of the complicated moments that they are currently living. Funeral arrangements…. not easy – Mayra Guillen (@mguilen_) July 9, 2020 When the horrible reality of having lost a loved one is still fresh, the Guillén family has had another hard time. « Funeral arrangements … not easy »Mayra wrote in her...
    They confirm the finding: The United States Army confirmed through a press conference, without admitting questions, that the remains found are those of soldier Vanessa Guillén. “Our hearts are in prayers and thoughts with the family and friends of Private Vanessa Guillén,” said Scott Efflandt, Major General and Commander of Fort Hood Base. Congresswoman Sylvia García from Texas assured that the cases of sexual harassment of soldiers inside the base in Killeen, Texas, are a “worrying reality” that should not be ignored. The United States Army, from the Fort Hood base, confirmed that the remains found are those of soldier Vanessa Guillén. Scott Efflandt, Major General and Commander-in-Chief of Fort Hood Base in Killeen, Texas, attended a press...
    They reveal that the remains of Vanessa Guillén were in a state of decomposition That is why the researchers had to choose other methods to identify her The lawyer revealed how they informed the family of the sad news At the time it was confirmed that the Hispanic soldier Vanessa Guillén is dead, it was revealed that the remains found near the León River in Killen, Texas were in a state of decomposition and that is why researchers had to use dental records to identify her. According to the Associated Press news agency, investigators were unable to use dental records to identify Vanessa Guillén due to the advanced state of decomposition of the remains, but they used DNA...
    They confirm that the remains are of Vanessa Guillén The US Army confirmed the sad news The Guillén family lawyer released the information Vanessa Guillén remains confirmed. The United States Army informed this Sunday the family of Vanessa Guillén that the remains they found last Tuesday do correspond officially to the girl. Natalie Khawam, the lawyer for Vanessa’s family, received confirmation on the morning of this Sunday from the Army and she notified her relatives in Houston, Texas, as confirmed to Hispanic World A source within the relatives of the missing soldier from the Fort Hood base, in Killeen, last Tuesday, April 22, 2020. The remains of Vanessa Guillén were found on a riverbank by the León River,...
    THE Army has officially identified the remains of Vanessa Guillén, the officer who vanished from Fort Hood two months ago. Remains were discovered on Tuesday in a shallow grave just east of the Texas installation, and army investigators confirmed on Sunday they are Guillén's, the Washington Post reported.
    QUANTICO – A military man who died by suicide in Killeen, Texas, and another person who is being detained were cataloged as suspects in relation to the disappearance of soldier Vanessa Guillén, as reported by the US military on Wednesday. Military personnel with state agencies and the Killeen police attempted to locate a soldier who had left his post at the Fort Hood military base on Tuesday. When they managed to find the suspect and speak to him early Wednesday morning, the person pulled out a gun and shot himself, killing him. The incident occurred near 4700 East Rancier Ave. in Killeen, and the suspect was pronounced lifeless at 1:17 am Wednesday. Authorities said they will not reveal...
    New York — Dozens of ex-military women have raised their voices to denounce abuses within the Army Military confirmed Guillén’s family that they suspect of “criminal act”. Photo:Gustavo Rangel / Impremedia By:Telemundo| June 29, 2020 By Francesco Rodella Where is Vanessa Guillén? The interrogations about the disappearance of the young Latino soldier, who has been missing since April 22 from the base of Fort Hood, Texas, are still multiple. The search continues. The Army, which stated to be the institution leading the investigation to find out his whereabouts, he assured this Saturday that he does â € œas much as possibleâ € to find her. He also tried to answer some questions about it,...