Cecily Aguilar, the second suspect in the murder of Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen, had pleaded not guilty to tampering with evidence namely a human corpse during a Tuesday hearing attended by her estranged husband.
Prosecutors said that Aguilar deleted her Google account after her arrest and asked someone in a call to delete her Facebook account. She also offered a $5,000 credit card to a person who would help her flee the country.
Strangely enough, Keon Aguilar, her husband, was present at the hearing. He described her as “a religious” and outgoing person: “There was a time when she really wanted to know more about the relationship that I have in God,” he said.
Aguilar, described as an “ISIS terrorist” by Guillen’s lawyer, helped Aaron Robinson to dismember, burn, and bury Guillen’s body.