Transcript for Suspect accused of helping killer of Army soldier faces judge
Now, to the family of that army soldier, Vanessa Guillen, who went missing from ft. Hood, saying the army has officially identified her remains now. And it comes as a suspect in the case appeared in federal court. Here's Stephanie Ramos. Reporter: Today, the suspect accused of helping the killer of ft. Hood army soldier Vanessa Guillen facing a judge in Texas. Cecily Aguilar charged with conspiracy to tamper with evidence. Authorities alleging she admitted to helping her boyfriend, Aaron Robinson, dismember Guillen's body with a machete-type knife in April. After, she says, Robinson told her he'd bludgeoned Guillen with a hammer. She did not enter a plea. How this happened at work, at the base, with thousands of people there? I think this will haunt everyone forever. Reporter: Tonight, an updated complaint with new disturbing details. Aguilar allegedly telling the FBI she and Robinson went back to where they disposed of Guillen's body to "Continue the process of breaking down remains." Aguilar eventually cooperating with investigators, calling Robinson as they listened in. Robinson telling her, "Baby, they found peepss." The FBI saying Robinson killed himself Wednesday as they closed in on him. A lecturer at the university of wisconsin-milwaukee is under fire right now for comments that she posted online about sexual harassment and Vanessa Guillen's disappearance case. Also, a retired National Guard colonel. She says she was, quote, giving a voice to the messaging women here when they are trying to enlist in the military. In a statement released by the school today, she says she is shocked that her post was taken out of context.
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