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Aaron David Robinson, 20, is a perpetrator of a murder in Killeen, Texas. Robinson went missing June 30. Reports of suicide are circumstantial—his body has not been produced as requested.

The removal of Aaron David Robinson’s body from the scene was a violation of protocol, as the mandates for a ‘suicide scene’ be treated with the "same level of protection as any crime scene in which a death has occurred."

In which case, Aaron David Robinson's death has been challenged, leading to a new investigation.

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Killeen to Port Arthur

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West Fort Hood, underground training grounds

African American combat engineer, Aaron Robinson, went missing from his Fort Hood post on June 30.

US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) reported that Robinson commited suicide "As officers attempted to make contact with the suspect, the suspect displayed a weapon and discharged it toward himself. The suspect succumbed from a self-inflicted gunshot wound."[1]

According to internal records, Robinson was trafficked overseas.

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MISSING AND MURDERED

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Brandon Rosecrans, 27
Murdered May 18

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Aaron David Robinson, 20
Missing since June 30, 2020

On July 1, Criminal Investigation Command said there "is no credible evidence" for sexual misconduct in the case of Aaron Robinson.[1]

Aaron David Robinson, 20, was a soldier from Calumet City, a southern suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Robinson had joined the Army in October 2017 and was trained as a combat engineer.[2] Robinson was a combat engineer assigned to A Troop, Engineer Squadron.[3] He held the rank of Specialist at the time of his death.[2]

Spc. Aaron Robinson was a suspect in the disappearance of Venessa Guillén.[3] CID was looking into Robinson's interactions with Guillén. Venessa Guillen and Aaron Robinson were co-workers, but were located in different buildings; he was not in her line of command. There was "no credible evidence" Guillen had been sexually harassed or assaulted by Robinson. CID said on July 1 that “investigators had conducted more than 300 interviews in the case.”[1]

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“No credible evidence”

Fort Hood officials said they were not aware of reports of sexual harassment involving Robinson but the investigation was ongoing.[1] Robinson "was not in CID custody" at the time he “left his post”.[1]

On June 30, Robinson went missing from his Fort Hood post.

The official report given by US Army Criminal Investigation Command[1] to media outlets is that “Robinson fled Fort Hood and fatally shot himself shortly after midnight when law enforcement approached him in Killeen, Texas.”[4]

In a news release by Killeen Police Department, they state that "As officers attempted to make contact with the suspect, the suspect displayed a weapon and discharged it toward himself. The suspect succumbed from a self-inflicted gunshot wound."[1]

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Cecily Anne Aguilar, wife of an unnamed former Fort Hood soldier[1]

CID claims that, “Robinson called a woman he was involved with to help him dispose of Guillén's body after moving it outside the base.”

On July 2nd, the FBI formally submited a criminal complaint for a civillian identified as Cecily Anne Aguilar,[4] the estranged wife of a former unnamed soldier from Fort Hood. Anne Aguilar is taken into custody by Texas Rangers on suspicion of being involved in the disappearance of Vanessa Guillén.[1]

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