Vanessa Guillen, a 20-year-old Private First Class (PFC) soldier for the United States Army, disappeared on April 22 at Texas’s Fort Hood Army base. She was later found dead.
Guillen’s family believes officials at Fort Hood are covering up what happened to her.
A suspect in Guillen’s disappearance died by suicide after being confronted by authorities.
Two months ago, Vanessa Guillen—a 20-year-old woman serving as a PFC soldier on Fort Hood’s United States Army base—disappeared on April 22. She was last seen in the parking lot of her squadron’s headquarters around 12 p.m. that day. Although her car keys, barracks identification card, and wallet were located on-site in an armory room where she was repairing artillery, she and her phone were nowhere to be found. She was later found dead.
The Guillen family suspects foul play in Vanessa’s case because she previously told them