Army report confirms sexual harassment of slain soldier Vanessa Guillen, details how superior targeted her
A welcome sign can be seen at the entrance of III Corps and Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, on July 2, 2020. - Bronte Wittpenn/Austin American-Statesman/TNS

AUSTIN, Texas — The U.S. Army on Friday confirmed for the first time that slain Spc. Vanessa Guillen was sexually harassed and further retaliated against at Fort Hood, as her family in Houston has consistently alleged in their fight for criminal justice reform in the military. In late summer 2019, Guillen, who was then a private first class, was the victim of sexual harassment after her superior in a troop orderly room tried to solicit her in Spanish to participate in a threesome, according to a report released Friday from an investigation led by Gen. John Murray, the commander of the Army Fut...