Confession in Guillen Case Will Not Be Thrown Out


WACO,TX- A judge ruled Thursday that a confession wouldn’t be thrown out in the Vanessa Guillen case.

Cecily Aguliar, 22, said officers did not read her Miranda Rights but the judge disagreed and said that she voluntarily provided the confession.

Court documents allege that Aguliar was the girlfriend of Aaron Robinson.

According to authorities, Robinson told Aguliar that he killed Guillen at Fort Hood and removed her body from the base.

Robinson and Aguliar not only hid Vanessa Guillen’s body but both dismembered and mutilated her.

On June 30th, 2020, the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACID) was informed that human remains were found at a fence adjacent to the Leon River. The remains had been buried and placed in a concrete-like substance.

That evening, Aguliar was interrogated again and around the same time, Aaron Robinson had escaped from the Fort Hood barracks where he had been confined.

Aguliar helped place controlled calls to Robinson so authorities could find him. They found him in Killeen and when law enforcement closed in on him, he pulled out a pistol and shot himself in the head.

Cecily Aguliar faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.00 if convicted.


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