I don't like them," Khawam said, "How does someone disappear on a base that has more protection and safeguards than anyone else on the planet?

On one occasion, Guillen's superior apparently walked in on her while she was showering and sat down Credit: Fort Hood/U.S.

"Cesar E. Chavez High School staff and teachers paid their respects to Vanessa, while practicing social distancing, after Lupe's speech.Singer Ge'La sang soothing Catholic gospel songs after giving a moving speech for Gloria Guillen, Vanessa's mother, and the rest of the family. A white horse-drawn carriage covered with flowers carried the remains of slain Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen Friday afternoon.Vanessa's younger sister, Lupe, sat on the carriage as it made its way to the Cesar E. Chavez High School in Houston, Texas for a memorial service honoring the memory of the Army Specialist before her burial Saturday.Family and friends wearing face masks and white t-shirts reading #JusticeForVanessaGuillen received Vanessa's body inside the high school among tears, sobs and hugs.

A white horse-drawn carriage covered with flowers carried the remains of slain Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen Friday afternoon. “Our troops need to feel safe, need to feel respected because they’re the ones putting their lives at risk,” Vanessa Guillen's sister Lupe told Trump. "My sister deserved respect. How can this happen while she was on duty?" "Our beautiful Vanessa Guillen is in heaven," said her cousin.Get breaking news alerts and special reports. Her dismembered "It's very difficult for me to be standing here during my sister's memorial service," said Lupe in Spanish. Army.

"Guillen’s sister, Mayra, said she met the soldier who killed himself, and claimed she felt something was off with him.The sister alleged the superior laughed in her face when she visited Fort Hood to ask for any updates on her sister’s disappearance.
During the memorial, Vanessa's sister, Lupe Guillen took the podium to address guests and say a few words about her sister, who she says has given her the strength. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.SOLDIER Vanessa Guillen was harassed and followed into the shower by the soldier who killed himself after her remains were found, according to her family.Military officials said they identified two suspects — another soldier and a civilian — in her disappearance, The second suspect is "the estranged wife of a former Fort Hood Soldier," investigators said.Guillen’s family attorney, Natalie Khawam said the 20-year-old told her family Khawam said Guillen didn’t feel comfortable reporting the harassment, as she didn’t feel safe, She recalled one apparent incident during which Guillen “was taking a shower and [her superior] walked in on her and sat down.”Khawam said that superior who walked in on her in the shower as the soldier who died by suicide.Investigators have not identified the soldier who killed himself — but Khawam said his name was Aaron David Robinson.The attorney said she’s found at least two incidents in which Guillen was "The facts aren't good. Vanessa’s friends, family, they know that I have admired Vanessa since Day 1.

""How could this happen on a military base? "But I know she must be up in heaven giving me the strength I need.

6. She reports, writes and produces stories for NBC Latino and NBCNews.com.Seven ROTC military members carried in the casket decorated with Virgin Mary portraits as well as the flags of the United States and Mexico.

""Vanessa Guillen is the definition of beauty and strength," she said. That's why he never leaves us," said Ge'La in Spanish.The day-long memorial service is expected to end at 8 p.m. with more speeches from members of the Guillen family and praises to God as well as a living rosary prayer, according to the family.A caravan honoring Guillen is planned for 5 p.m. Saturday, ahead of a private funeral service and burial.Nicole Acevedo is a reporter for NBC News Digital. "We'll never be able to understand this kind of pain because we're just blood and flesh, but God does understand.