US Army Spc. Vanessa Guillén was sexually harassed by another soldier at Fort Hood — but not the one who killed her last year, military officials said in a report released Friday.
Eight senior commanders were fired — but no criminal charges were brought against any of the soldiers as a result of the investigation, military leaders said.
The probe, led by Gen. John Murray, head of Army Futures Command, concluded that Guillén had been sexually harassed by another soldier, who authorities said was among those sanctioned.
The punishments are the latest Army moves in response to Guillén’s disappearance and death.
The 20-year-old was missing for about two months before her remains were found buried in a shallow grave last year. The solider who bludgeoned her to death with a hammer and dismembered her later killed