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  1. Stephanie Alvarez
    June 10, 2020 @ 5:53 pm

    #FindVanessaGuillen

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    • Sasha
      June 16, 2020 @ 6:01 pm

      PLEASE. PLEASE. PLEASE.

      PEACEFUL demonstrations.

      IT WILL ONLY BE MEANINGFUL
      IF YOU ARE HEARD.

      NO ONE LISTENS WHEN THERE IS VIOLENCE
      Like a screaming child….
      No one wants to listen.
      PEACEFUL IS MORE POWERFUL.
      I promise you. I know this. I live in NYC

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  2. Mary Ramirez
    June 10, 2020 @ 11:40 pm

    #Findvanessaguillen

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  3. Obdulia Segoviano
    June 11, 2020 @ 12:02 am

    Lets find Vanessa!!!! Please help the family!!

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  4. Angie Troy
    June 12, 2020 @ 8:46 am

    Praying they find this young lady🙏🏼.
    The US Army needs to step up and find out the Sgts name, and get to the bottom of this.

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    • Maria Ramirez
      June 14, 2020 @ 11:06 am

      o I’m sure they now, this happened to my daughter! but she gave up the names… I pray to God they find her! They need to talk to all of her platoon, I’m sure they other girls know something. It doesn’t matter what race Vanessa is she a human being and this behavior is not acceptable!!!! God bless her family, and please find her!!

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  5. US Army
    June 13, 2020 @ 12:19 pm

    We encourage anyone who may have information, no matter how minor, that could help in the safe return of Pfc. Guillen to report it. Here’s the latest update: https://forthoodpresscenter.com/https-forthoodpresscenter-com-update-2-spanish-fort-hood-officials-provide-update-on-search-efforts-in-locating-missing-soldier-pfc-vanessa-guillen/

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  6. Christy Compton
    June 14, 2020 @ 11:15 am

    There’s no excuse for this in our US military! They better find out who is harassing & assaulting these young girls! It has to be stopped & no longer ignored!!! I’m sick of women & African Americans being treated as “less than” ~ do something about this & find this girl! I’m embarrassed to say I’m a US citizen ~ never thought I’d feel like this, but what happened to decency & honorable behavior!? Praying this girl is found safe & someone puts an end to this insanity. I hope the others will speak up to someone outside of the military & this guy is taken care of. Most likely he is the reason this girl can’t be found. God bless that family

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    • carol c
      July 15, 2020 @ 7:53 pm

      How ironic that the soldier who killed her [and then killed himself] is apparently African American.
      But then sexism comes in all “colors”.
      Sadly….but true.
      Women need to unite to fight sexism.

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      • beth
        August 3, 2020 @ 10:59 am

        Well said

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  7. Graciela
    June 14, 2020 @ 10:16 pm

    Who ever knows or has Vanessa bring her back.I feel the Mothers Pain, n Family.My Daughter in Army also.Lo ciento muncho.😭😭💔💔🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

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    • Judy Hyde
      June 18, 2020 @ 7:51 am

      Prayers for Vanessa’s safe return home! She chose to serve this country. Please do the right thing by her and speak up. A fellow soldier needs your help. Prayers for her family during this difficult time.

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  8. Letty
    June 15, 2020 @ 11:35 pm

    FindVanessaGuillen!!!!

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  9. Cee Naomi
    June 16, 2020 @ 9:41 am

    THEY KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS YOUNG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN!!! SHE CHOSE TO FIGHT FOR OUR COUNTRY AND THIS IS HOW THE US ARMY REPAYS HER!!!!
    YOU CANNOT HIDE FROM GOD!!! JUDGEMENT DAY WILL COME !

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  10. Sasha
    June 16, 2020 @ 6:06 pm

    PLEASE. PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION.
    FOR VANESSA.
    PEACEFUL IS MORE POWERFUL.

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  11. Marty
    June 16, 2020 @ 6:07 pm

    PLEASE WEAR. YOUR. MASKS.
    If you get sick, you won’t be able to
    help Vanessa.

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  12. Lorri O’Neil
    June 17, 2020 @ 2:44 pm

    I appreciate the family standing up for justice for Vanessa’s safe return, whereabouts and I am praying for her safety and protection thank you!

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  13. Anthony Clyde Empty
    June 17, 2020 @ 7:36 pm

    I just happened to run across this article. As a retired military member for over 26 years, I’m appalled to hear of this in our armed services. I’m calling on PFC Guillen’s fellow soldiers to step up to the plate. By taking care of one of your own, you are taking care of yourself and your organization. I would say that others in the unit knew who was following PFC Guillen around like a puppy dog. The person in question is probably senior in rank and is married. He probably shared his fondness of PFC Guillen with others. A PFC in the armory alone and leaving all her personal belongings? Come on!!!! No phone pings? Why in the armory without others or supervision? Who told her to be in the armory? The perpetrator is probably the one that is trying to be the most helpful to draw attention from himself. I’m asking the soldiers to step up for one of their own even if takes that you have to turn in one of your own!!! I offer prayer to the family as they continue to locate their daughter, an American Soldier trying to serve her country. May God Bless you all.

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  14. Alejandra Mendoza
    June 18, 2020 @ 1:20 am

    Can someone send me a shirt? Would love to take the support overseas. Vanessa, praying that you are found soon and safe!

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    • Lydia Lopez
      August 7, 2020 @ 7:14 pm

      Alejandra I have one shirt I can send you. How can I contact you?

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  15. Priscilla nevarez
    June 18, 2020 @ 10:47 am

    Find Vanessa Guillen!!!!

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  16. Elsa
    June 24, 2020 @ 11:13 pm

    Please investigate PFC Vanessa Gillen’s disappearance.

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  17. Olivia Richardson
    July 1, 2020 @ 12:39 pm

    My heart hurts for this family and Vanessa. No one should fear speaking up about being sexually harassed or assaulted. As someone who was assaulted by a fellow (higher ranking) service member and after reporting it, I was treated poorly, I understand how scary it can be to speak up. (And I know a lot of friends who have been through the same thing). And for Vanessa to finally get ready to speak up and then something like this happen I can’t even understand it. This is wrong. A better investigation needs to be done. How can our military see this happening and not take stronger action. How can people within a command be covering for people who have committed such a heinous crime. 💔 I will be praying for your family to receive the justice Vanessa deserves. #iamvanessaguillen #vanessaguillen

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  18. Julie
    July 1, 2020 @ 6:35 pm

    My heart is shattered for the family of PFC Vanessa Guillen. I pray for closure and justice. Fort Hood has a corrupt system and needs to be exposed to the public. It is a shame that tragedy continues to strike the women and minorities of what is supposed to be a great organization. I fell victim to both Sexual harassment and equal opportunity while stationed at “the great place” after reporting and experiencing reprisal, everything got pushed under the rug. I was fortunate to get out of the toxic environment..and I internally swore that I would never speak of it. This case has opened closed doors and has pinched my heart. PFC Vanessa Guillen will not be forgotten!
    #weareVanessaGuillen

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  19. SPC Bravo
    July 2, 2020 @ 12:10 am

    As a former soldier in the United States Army . . . This is something every single enlisted female has to live with and endure indefinitely. Many of us experience sexual harassment during the recruitment process, through enlistment, through training, and in your assigned unit, company, battalion. It is so sickening that this has become extremely common place in Army lifestyle and experience. No matter your rank , if you are a woman in the Army and in all branches of the armed services, you will be subjected to your male counterparts and superiors as a sexual object and beating post by verbal, emotional, or physical assault. It is ACCEPTED BEHAVIOR. It is HIGHLY IGNORED. It is only at the expense of our BRAVE AND BATTERED VICTIMS. The Armed forces is notorious OF THE ABUSE OF WOMAN AND ABUSE OF POWER. I personally in my time of service have experienced and dealt with sexual harassment 5 separate times by my direct superiors ( a Sargent , a staff Sargent, a Sargent first Class , a First Sargent, and a Captain) . I was harassed on my social media privately by a superior for weeks , rubbed on by another superior, blatantly hit on in public in front of other enlisted soldiers with many sexualized comments by another superior. During my training , 3 female drill sargents sat my platoon down and spoke to us personally about “what to expect” when we become assigned to our first unit. They detailed accounts of superiors “bullying” junior female enlisted soldiers into sexual encounters, the verbal and sexual harassment we would no doubt encounter, and to expect the “belittling” of your station and place in the army . . . Just because you are a woman. They told us to watch out for one another and to stay in pairs or groups when off duty. To not draw attention to yourself in being overly masculine or overly feminine. . . For either way you will be taken advantage of. To trust your gut . . . And that if something feels wrong , it is wrong. I will never forget this conversation. . . I am both grateful and was at the time , completely devastated that this is what I gave and signed my life away for. The illusions of honor and respect and loyalty were dissolved at that moment and the real truth and reality of being a servicewoman in the Army became crystal clear: protect and survive. . . Yourself. I pray and mourn PFC Guillen . . . God will have the last word Vanessa. And through your life and sacrifice, you will save and protect the rest of us. SPC Bravo salutes you.
    #IamVanessaGuillen

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    • admin
      July 2, 2020 @ 8:54 am

      Thank you for sharing

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  20. KG
    July 2, 2020 @ 8:55 pm

    It’s been 12 years since I was a 20 year old PFC at my first duty station, but I remember it as if it were yesterday… Because my introduction to the military way of life was rape. Because it’s been a fair amount of time and I’ve gone through countless hours of therapy for this and MANY OTHER issues that I developed bc of my service, I no longer feel ashamed to talk about it. I can see this unfortunate situation for what it was and released myself from the burden of blaming myself for this happening to me… My rapist was older than me, he outranked me, and he had more time in service than me. Rather than setting the example and bearing the standard for me, I was prey to him. He stalked his prey, groomed his prey, gave his prey a false sense of trust and reliability… He saw me make some mistakes at work and would say “I don’t want you to get in trouble, so I’m gonna pretend I didn’t see that…” and stuff like that so that I would interpret his actions as being a big brother type… As SOON as my ex, Kyle, left for basic training, he moved in and went in for the kill. At a party, he put drinks in my (underaged) hand, he lied to me and said there wasn’t alcohol in the drinks, he would give me jelloshots and say the hostess made Jello for everybody… Yes, it sounds like common sense now for me not to believe him… But I grew up very sheltered and like I said… I trusted him. #iamvanessaguillen
    Rest in peace, sister in arms! I’m so sorry that this series of unspeakably terrible things have happened to you.

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    • admin
      July 2, 2020 @ 9:02 pm

      Thank you for sharing

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  21. Fran Frost
    July 4, 2020 @ 9:35 pm

    There’s something wrong I keep thinking about. Vanessa Guillen told her mother that her Sergeant was harassing her.
    Spec. 4 Aaron Robinson who caused the death of Vanessa wasn’t a SGT. (A Spec 4 doesn’t equal SGT.) The Higher-Up Person would start with a Command Sergeant Major. The best way to Control soldiers is with Fear. If Vanessa was going to report harassment Spec. 4 Aaron Robinson may have received orders. I hope this situation doesn’t fall through the cracks, Vanessa is an Angel in Uniform and fighting for others that are or been going through the same situations. All is just my opinion! In God We Trust 🙏

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    • admin
      July 4, 2020 @ 11:33 pm

      Many have your opinion, the family and their attorney will get to the bottom of this.

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  22. beth
    August 3, 2020 @ 11:21 am

    I dont understand how people can kneel for racial injustice and completely disrespect our country. I am all for people who want to protest but the correct way. So it seems fairly odd that the suspect who allegedly killed Spc. Guillen was African American and yet all these people (sports in particular) keep kneeling. Seems like no light can come to respecting our country united as one. Bring light to Vanessa Guillen who stood proud for our flag, who was brave to respect and serve our country like most people dont. Bring light for all and unite as 1…#StandStrongforAll

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    • admin
      August 3, 2020 @ 1:45 pm

      United we stand, divided we fall. Thanks for your comment.

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