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Aaron David Robinson:

Aaron David Robinson:

April 30: Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy makes the following statement in a COVID-19 press briefing: "I'd like to start out this morning by talking about a missing soldier, Private First Class Vanessa Guillen, in hopes of increasing the public's awareness and assistance in finding her. Private First Class Guillen went missing on 22 April from Ford Hood, Texas. In concert with local law enforcement efforts, the Army will continue aggressively searching for her. Our hearts go out to her family, and we will not stop looking for her until we find her." (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

In 2009 a US Army psychiatrist killed 13 people, an unborn child and injured 32 others in a shooting rampage. Five years later the US Army post was struck again when a veteran killed three people and injured 16 others before killing himself. (Source: www.foxcarolina.com)

Later that evening around 8:30pm, authorities re-interviewed Cecily Anne Aguilar, a local area woman who was the estranged wife of a soldier at Fort Hood. Aguilar was reported to be the girlfriend of Aaron David Robinson, a junior enlisted soldier. Robinson was one of the last known people to see Guillén on the day of her disappearance and had previously been interviewed by authorities in the case, where he'd stated their contact that day was about equipment she was working on. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Cecily Anne Aguilar, of Killeen, was indicted last July on one count of conspiracy to destroy evidence and two counts of destroying evidence, based on accusations that she helped her boyfriend, Spc. Aaron Robinson, hide the slain soldier’s mutilated body. Aguilar told police that Robinson bludgeoned Guillén. Robinson died by suicide last year when police closed in to arrest him. (Source: www.houstonchronicle.com)

Eyewitness News learned cruiser video and body-worn camera video captured part of the exchange. The City of Killeen refuses to release the taxpayer-funded video to the public. The city's attorney cites what's become known as the "dead suspect loophole" of the Texas Public Information Act. They're now asking the Office of the Attorney General to sign off on their denial of our public records request. (Source: abc7.com)

Eyewitness News learned cruiser video and body-worn camera video captured part of the exchange. The City of Killeen refuses to release the taxpayer-funded video to the public. The city's attorney cites what's become known as the "dead suspect loophole" of the Texas Public Information Act. They're now asking the Office of the Attorney General to sign off on their denial of our public records request. (Source: abc7.com)

 

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