Amid Continued Anger About Vanessa Guillén's Death, Critics Say The Army Often Ignores Sex Crimes
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Despite national attention on the murder and subsequent butchering of Vanessa Guillen by her predator, the U.S. Army continues to show no positive reforms.

Why Vanessa Guillen's death rubs salt in old wounds
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Excellent analysis of suffering by, and command retaliation, against a victim who had the courage to report a rape, while the predator walks free

Army officials reveal new details in Vanessa Guillen case
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Complete 2020 news special on Vanessa Guillen's tragic death. A must watch.

ABC's 20/20 reveals new details in case of Spc. Vanessa Guillen
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ABC's follow-up to 2020 report.

Women veterans rally for change in military sex harassment response after Vanessa Guillen killing
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Women's veterans rally on Capitol Hill call for reform.

House lawmakers to hold hearing to review the killing of Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen
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U.S. Congress to hold hearing concerning Concerning Vanessa Guillen's murder and climate at Fort Hood

Hundreds come forward as #IAmVanessaGuillen movement surges online
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In wake of Vanessa Guillen tragedy former service-members are taking to social media to share their experiences. SecDef Mark Esper needs to follow the example of former SecDef Robert Gates and take the fight to the sources of the problem.

Fort Hood's command climate is under review amid investigation into killing of Spc. Vanessa Guillen
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U.S. Army to hire four member consultant team to examine Fort Hood command climate and culture, Secretary of the Army Ryan has announced. Army Under Secretary James McPherson further announced, "The purpose of this independent review is to examine whether the command climate and culture at Fort Hood and the military community surrounding Fort Hood respects Army values - including respect, inclusiveness and workplaces free from sexual harassment and a commitment to diversity."

Vanessa Guillen Proves the Military's #MeToo Movement Is Long Overdue
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Don Christensen of Protect Our Defenders provides outstanding insight into the environment with the U.S. Army that has been allowed to exist for too long.

There were likely 'missed signals' ahead of killing of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, joint chiefs chairman says
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Chairman of Joint Chiefs General Milley admits to Congressional committee that signals (or warnings and indications) were likely missed concerning Vanessa Guillen before she was murdered.

#IAmVanessaGuillen: Fort Hood soldier's story of sexual harassment shines light on rampant problem in the military
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The murder of Private First Class Vanessa Guillen at Ft. Hood, the environment of which she had been exposed, and the subsequent actions of her commanders subsequent mishandling is forcing the U.S. Army to address problems within the ranks.

Inaccurate testimonies prolonged investigations into Vanessa Guillen's death, officials say
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Army mishandles investigation of Vanessa's disappearance, blames soldiers who gave incorrect testimony. Any professional investigator knows that even witnesses with the best intentions will unknowingly provide inaccurate information. The professional investigator will not anchor progress and direction of inquiry on single sources. As soon as possible the professional investigator bring all pieces together while engaging all physical and human resources.