Woman who helped mutilate and conceal Vanessa Guillén’s body sentenced to 30 years in priso

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Cecily Aguilar, the Texas woman who admittedly helped mutilate and conceal the body of soldier Vanessa Guillén

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was sentenced to 30 years in prison following a lengthy court hearing Monday, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Western Texas said.

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Aguilar had pleaded guilty in November to federal charges connected to the 2020 killing at Fort Hood.

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The charges included a count of accessory to murder after the fact and three counts of false statement or representation.

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Aguilar was the girlfriend of Aaron Robinson, the soldier who was suspected of killing the 20-year-old soldier.

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Robinson fatally shot himself as police moved to arrest him in connection with the case.

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