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Texas Woman Who Helped Mutilate And Conceal Vanessa Guillén’s Body Bags 30 Years Jail Term


Following a protracted court hearing on Monday, Cecily Aguilar, a Texas woman who admittedly assisted in the concealment and mutilation of soldier Vanessa Guillén’s body, was given a 30-year jail term, according to the Western Texas U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Federal charges brought against Aguilar in connection with the Fort Hood homicide in 2020 led to his guilty plea in November. The accusations included three counts of making false statements or representations as well as one allegation of accessory to murder after the fact.

The soldier who was suspected of killing the 20-year-old soldier, Aaron Robinson, was dating Aguilar. Robinson shot himself to death as police prepared to take him into custody in connection with the case.

Robinson was at the recently renamed Fort Cavazos military base, according to information and evidence shown during Aguilar’s trial. Guillén was slain there that day. He was in the arm room, the scene of a forensic investigation that revealed blood where Guillén was likely killed.

Vanessa’s older sister Mayra Guillén posted a message on social media congratulating Aguilar on his sentence, stating, “You received justice today.”

Witnesses at the sentencing hearing for Aguilar claimed that Robinson got the idea to dissect Guillén’s body from the crime drama television program “Criminal Minds,” according to KCEN-TV, an NBC affiliate in Temple, Texas. The spot where Guillén’s bones were buried was visited by Aguilar and Robinson twice, once to dismember the body and once to combine it with cement, according to witnesses. Aguilar added that it took Guillén’s bones nearly seven hours to completely disintegrate.

At a press conference held in front of the Waco courtroom when Aguilar’s sentencing was announced, members of the Guillén family and sympathizers spoke.

Gloria Guillén, Guillén’s mother, claimed she thought her daughter’s testimony during the sentencing “touched the judge’s heart.” Gloria Guillén stood up to speak about the suffering her family experienced as a result of the death of her daughter.

“I hope God forgives her and that she repents,” Gloria Guillén said in Spanish, referring to Aguilar.

In her testimony, Aguilar reportedly apologized to the family, according to Mayra Guillén. Despite the apologies, Mayra Guillén claimed that “nothing will ever bring back my sister.”

“After three years, it would not be so easy to forgive someone who made us suffer so much,” Mayra Guillén told reporters in Spanish.

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