Army: Disappearance of Fort Hood Soldier Caused by Foul Play

Chris Fox
June 24, 2020 - 3:40 am

According to the US Army foul play was involved in the disappearance of missing Fort Hood Soldier, 20-year old Pfc. Vanessa Guillen.

Houston Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia joined Guillen’s family in meeting with Army officials at Fort Hood on Tuesday. She verified the quote in the post meeting press conference saying, “They are convinced now that there is foul play involved and they're following all the leads that they can.”

Both Garcia and the attorney for the family, Natalie Khamaw came out of the meeting saying the officials were tight-lipped about the investigation into Guillen’s disappearance on April 22nd. Garcia said, “Most of our questions relating to any identification of any particular person they declined to respond because it's a pending investigation. So we weren't told who was the last person who saw her. We were not told who witnessed her going back to the parking lot.”

The military did confirm with the group that Guillen was last contacted at 11:30 am on April 22nd, the day she went missing. They weren’t able to explain why the cameras on base were not on that day.

At the press conference Khamaw said, “There's so many gaps and holes in what we learned today, that I am going to demand a congressional investigation for this family. We want to know what happened and who is covering up for who? Why are they covering up?”

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