Found Deceased TX - PFC Vanessa Guillen, 20, Fort Hood military base, items left behind, 22 Apr 2020 *arrests* #3

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  1. California Sunset

    California Sunset Well-Known Member

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    duplicate, sorry
     
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  2. California Sunset

    California Sunset Well-Known Member

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    Somewhere in this thread, since the death of AR, a link mentioned the authorities got AR's permission to access his cell records. Once they have his permission, would they still need a warrant or subpoena?
     
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    California Sunset Well-Known Member

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    :confused: mistake. Sorry.
     
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  4. California Sunset

    California Sunset Well-Known Member

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    I don't know if I'm posting this is the wrong place but I just ran across this:

    Vanessa Guillen: Civilian search group says Army overlooked evidence

    If someone has already posted this would someone delete this please?
    When I read the article it said one guy with the group made the comment, not the whole group like it says in the link.
     
  5. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 I will do it, but I won't like it

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    Never a bad thing to duplicate links MOO as many folks like myself may miss every single post done.

    The "one guy with the group" they are quoting is Tim Miller, who is the head of the group/represents the group Texas Equisearch, (ergo we/his team) and he stated all this about a month ago to other media at the time in mid-June. USAtoday is printing this article a month in mid-July, much after we began discussing this on the threads.

    In the link:

    "Miller said he pleaded with Army officials to search the site more thoroughly that day...... Miller said his team pleaded with officials from the Army's Criminal Investigation Command, an organization more commonly known as CID, on June 21 to take a closer look at what his searchers found."
     
  6. m00c0w

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    They got permission to access his phone and essentially download a copy of his phone to forensically examine. To get cell records and tower data/pings, they still needed a warrant.
     
  7. Beltonian

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    What is bizarre that KA was there in Waco to support his psycho wifey , said she was very religious and outgoing person. He wants to bring her home and still loves her, wants to get them in marriage counseling therapy...( Here is the smile with huge eyes)
     
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    Vanessa Guillen: Suspect deletes Google account in jail, plans to flee country after dismembering beloved Fort Hood soldier [DA]

    “She did exactly how ISIS would do to our soldiers,” lawyer Natalie Kwaham says.

    According to Frazier, Aguilar deleted her Google account while in jail, after her arrest earlier this month, in an attempt to get rid of incriminating evidence. She also contacted someone from jail via phone and asked them to delete her Facebook account, Frazier said.

    Further, during another jail phone call, Aguilar allegedly told someone she wanted to flee with the country while using a $5,000 credit card."
     
  9. Boxer

    Boxer Well-Known Member

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    MOO she going to claim AR was threatening her.
     
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    He must really have a thing for feet.
     
  11. Boxer

    Boxer Well-Known Member

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    Soldiers will still hesitate. They thrive on on being in the team. MOO. That is one of the chief unaddressed crime of the
    harrasser, the act making someone report them.
    The harrassed soldier knows this cuts themselves off from the unit as a complainer, even if the complaint is legitimate.
    In this way its similar to ridiculing a male until he can't integrate as a respected team mate.

    Leadership that makes it clear that the harrasser is the one injuring unit cohesion is key. And MOO a tall order for young sergeants and captains.
     
  12. Niner

    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    So @Seattle1 - no next court date yet? TIA! :)
     
  13. AmandaReckonwith

    AmandaReckonwith Defective Detective

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    I agree. In an ideal world, boys and young men (and females as well) should be taught this as they grow up.
    I hope changes at least make a dent in the problem. I think military is still a fraternity of sorts with women as outsiders.
    Women have to fight harder for any position they earn.
     
  14. Boxer

    Boxer Well-Known Member

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    Here is a major scam being run by Army personnel out of Ft. Food.

    Right now the Army has a golden opportunity to really clean up Ft Hood, and benefit the Army as a whole. They can dog down all the entrenched wrongdoing they can find, scare others into ceasing ther crimes. Take this opportunity to modernize security, and as this oversight lapse shows, implement basic generally accepted accounting processes.


    Texas couple defrauded military up to $11M, Army investigators say
     
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    "Army investigators provided the family with time stamps of when Robinson checked in and out of the armory room on April 22, the day Guillen was last seen, and when Guillen texted Robinson to let him know she was outside and needed to be let into the building.

    • Robinson enters: 10:01 a.m.

    • Guillen sends text: 10:23 a.m.

    • Robinson exits: 11:13 a.m.

    Army investigators also told the family that they found blood residue splattered throughout the armory room, which would have happened when Robinson killed Guillen with a hammer, Khawam said."

    Vanessa Guillen’s family struggles for answers after soldier’s slaying
     
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    LIVE | Family of Vanessa Guillen speaking after memorial on Fort Hood
    Around 19:55min Khawam recalls the armory room that they went to [for the priest's blessing] after the memorial service, she mentions it was different from the first armory room that they were shown by CID.

    Brave Rifles Mourn
    Interesting that when first announcing the memorial service it was said that no media was allowed, and then Ft Hood tweeted these images out. A bit off-putting as they capture such a painful moment; feels more like Hood's attempt to save some face by further exploiting the family's pain. I feel heart-broken for the family so I am a little more critical. But hopefully the memorial service provided a small step toward a sense of closure for the Guillen family.
     
  17. Sillybilly

    Sillybilly Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Please read the following message from Tricia:

     
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    We all want Websleuths to continue! Thanks for the head's up on the money issues.
     
  19. MsBetsy

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    Maybe the armory room they first showed them was where she was murdered and it is still closed off as a crime scene.

    Either that, or the room they showed them in the beginning was her armory room and not the one she was killed and stored in. Jmo
     
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