(KWKT) – The U.S. Military launched its findings Friday of an investigation into the occasions surrounding the dying of Spc. Vanessa Guillen at Fort Hood.
Guillen died on April 22, 2022, killed by Spc. Aaron Robinson, officers consider. Investigators stated within the report that Robinson managed to flee because of a sequence of missteps and fatally shot himself.
Among the many report’s findings, investigators say Guillen was sexually harassed and reported it on two separate events. They are saying Guillen’s leaders did not take acceptable motion and that the allegations weren’t moved up the chain of command.
Investigators additionally say Robinson didn’t harass Guillen, however that he did sexually harass one other soldier between April 2019 to September 2019.
Authorities consider Robinson bludgeoned Guillen to dying in April of 2022, transporting her physique in a big cargo field off the bottom earlier than dismembering her and setting hearth to her stays.
The report does say that Fort Hood management performed a well-coordinated seek for Spc. Guillen after her disappearance, figuring out rapidly that seemingly did not go away voluntarily.
After discovering her stays on the night of June 30, the Military held Robinson however “poor communication” allowed him to flee a convention room and go away the bottom, killing himself earlier than investigators might discover him.
In accordance with the report, the appearing senior commander of Fort Hood additionally misjudged the importance of Spc. Guillen’s disappearance and was overly reluctant to interact the media, misjudging how massive of an occasion it could develop into. Her disappearance prompted a search that might garner nationwide headlines and social media consideration for months.
By the point Fort Hood reversed course, the investigators say the publish had misplaced the belief of the Guillen household and broken the belief, confidence, and fame of Fort Hood and the U.S. Military.
You possibly can learn the total report right here:
Gen. Michael X. Garrett, the commanding common of U.S. Military Forces Command directed the reduction of 5 present or former leaders within the third Cavalry Regiment. Three of them may even obtain common officer memorandums of reprimands.
Gen. Garrett additionally directed Lt. Gen. Pat White, commanding common of III Corps, to take additional motion towards seven different further officers and non-commissioned officers. An eighth non-commissioned officer will probably be dealt with by a separate command. All may even obtain Normal Officer Memorandums of Reprimands.
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