Cecily Aguilar deleted Google and Facebook accounts in jail; Betrayed husband attended hearing

20 days ago

Waco County news, Texas news.

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.