“She was sexually harassed, assaulted, brutally murdered and dismembered by a fellow service member,” read one reply. “She’s not a 'fallen' soldier.”
Typically, the term ‘fallen soldier’ refers to a military member who is killed in action, not someone who was attacked and murdered by another soldier on a military base.
She was sexually harassed, assaulted, brutally murdered and dismembered by a fellow service member.— The Ghost Of Caravaggio #FBR #Resistance (@CaravaggioGhost) July 7, 2020
She's not a 'fallen' soldier.
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Guillén had been missing for nearly two months before military officials launched an investigation into allegations that she experienced sexual harassment while on base. Guillén's family said in late April that she confided in them about being sexually harassed by one of her sergeants but didn't report it to her command for fear of retaliation.
Remains discovered last week near the Leon River, about 30 miles from Fort Hood, were confirmed to be those of Guillén.
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