Dear Member of Congress,
On behalf of more than a millon mothers around the country, we are joining Vanessa Guillen’s mother and family to call for a Congressional investigation into the disappearance and murder of their daughter, sister, and soldier.
The last time Vanessa Guillen, a 20-year-old soldier, was seen was on April 22 at the parking lot of her barracks in Fort Hood. On Tuesday, June 30, human remains were found near Fort Hood that are believed to be hers. A suspect in the case died by suicide when approached by police on Wednesday July 1st. 
Vanessa served our country as a private first class in the 3rd Cavalry Regiment at Fort Hood in Texas. She was serving the country she loved and in return she was sexually harassed and brutally killed.
Several weeks before her disappearance, Vanessa had told her mother that someone was sexually harassing her, but she was afraid to report it because she feared retaliation. Vanessa’s mother and family are demanding a congressional investigation accusing the US Army of “lying” to them throughout her disappearance and failing to protect Vanessa when she was being harassed. 
No one should be afraid to report sexual harassment and no mother should be afraid that their child serving the country will be harassed and killed by another soldier in the US Army. We are joining Vanessa’s family to demand a Congressional investigation into the death of Vanessa Guillen. The US Army failed to keep this young soldier safe and Vanessa’s family deserves answers and justice.