HOLD THE US ARMY ACCOUNTABLE: Justice for Vanessa Guillen

HOLD THE US ARMY ACCOUNTABLE: Justice for Vanessa Guillen

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Miguel Salazar
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THE USA ARMY IN FORT HOOD, TX NEEDS TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR MURDERED SOLDIER VANESSA GUILLEN. THEIR RESPONSIBILTY IS TO MAKE SURE EVERY SOLDIER IS ACCOUNTED FOR! NOT ONLY ONE BODY HAS BEEN FOUND BUT MULTIPLE, IF THEY KNOW THERE IS MORE SOLDIERS MISSING THEIR SEARCH SHOULD HALT. KEEP LOOKING IF PEOPLE ARE MISSING THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS AND THEY WERE ACTIVE YOU SHOULD NEVER STOP LOOKING!!! 

This is a disgrace, not only to U.S. families but to these soldiers giving their all for a country that has turned their back on them!!! I SAY NO MORE!!!! FIND ALL MISSING SOLDIERS, GIVE THEIR FAMILIES WHAT THEY DESERVE! 

ALSO CHANGE ALL STRUCTURE FOR ANY AND ALL COMPLAINTS MADE BY SOLDIERS. RESTRUCTURE LEADERS, IF NEED BE SELECT NEW ONES! Not only do soldiers need to be safe, but FEEL safe. Find everyone involved in this crime and charge them with whats deserved. JUSTICE FOR SOLDIER VANESSA GUILLEN. 

Vanessa Guillen is a 20- year-old Soldier stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. She was last seen on April 22 at 1p.m. in the parking lot of her Regimental Engineer Squadron Headquarters on Fort Hood. She is of Hispanic descent, five feet, two inches tall, 126 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Vanessa was last seen wearing a black shirt, light purple leggings and black Nike tennis shoes. Vanessa has the tattoo of a cross with a flower on her left arm, another flower also on the left arm, and a mountain with a circle on her upper left shoulder. She has a small mole between her lower mouth, and her chin. 

My name is Vanessa Guillen. I knew I wanted to join the US Army to proudly serve my country as soon as I graduated from high school. I loved the US Army until I got to Fort Hood. 
 
I disappeared from Fort Hood, Texas on April 22, 2020.
 
Three weeks before I disappeared, my mom asked me why I seemed different. My mom knows me better than anyone else. She noticed I had become withdrawn and that I wasn’t able to sleep like I used to.
 
I finally told my mom that I was being sexually harassed by one of my sergeants on Fort Hood. My mom tried tried to convince me to give her the name of the person who was harassing me, but I didn’t want to get in trouble. My mom told me that she would report it for me, but I told her that I knew of other female soldiers that had reported sexual harassment and that the US Army didn’t believe them. I told my mom how the same sergeant that sexually harassed me would follow me whenever I would run and exercise and how uncomfortable it made me feel. My mom told me she would put a stop to it, but I told her I would take care of it myself. I felt I could put a stop to it myself. All I had to do was do something, say something. I was ready to take care of it.
 
But I have been missing ever since. I didn’t get a chance to give my mom a name. I didn’t get a chance to report it to anyone. 
 
Please don’t forget about me.