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At least 9 soldiers found dead this year. Texas Senate Hispanic Caucus demands investigation

Twelve Texas Senate individuals are reupping their solicitation for a congressional examination concerning the Fort Hood army installation after a warrior was discovered dead recently, turning out to be in any event the ninth individual positioned at the Killeen station to have been discovered dead this year, as per authorities and media reports.

The assemblage of Sgt. Senior Fernandes was found in Temple, around 30 miles from the base, approximately seven days after he was accounted for missing. Sanctuary law authorization said unfairness was not suspected.

In May, Fernandes announced he had been a casualty of rape. Armed force authorities said Wednesday that an examination decided the request was unverified and that Fernandes was made mindful of the outcomes, as indicated by The Washington Post. However, a lawyer for the Fernandes family said Thursday that Fernandes, who was moved to another unit in the wake of detailing his ambush, was bothered and tormented over it before his demise.

Prior this late spring, the remaining parts of 20-year-old Army Spc. Vanessa Guillén, who had purportedly revealed to her family that she was annoyed on base, were found in Bell County after the warrior had been absent since April. The conditions encompassing Guillén’s passing started fights across significant urban areas in Texas, with demonstrators approaching the military to change its examinations concerning rape charges.

After her remaining parts were discovered, the U.S. Division of Justice said the primary suspect in Guillén’s passing, individual Fort Hood fighter Aaron Robinson, executed himself when stood up to by police.

In July, after Guillén’s remaining parts were discovered, the military named a free board to survey the base’s order atmosphere. In any case, in a letter Friday, the Texas Senate Hispanic Caucus said that the audit did exclude an assessment of the base’s arrangements and cycles with rape or provocation cases just as trooper passings or vanishings. The gathering sent the letter to Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy, Gov. Greg Abbott, individuals from Texas’ congressional designation and Scott Mras, administrative contact to McCarthy.

“While we recognize the U.S. Armed force is finding a way to analyze the base, these audits are still driven and led by the U.S. Armed force itself,” the gathering composed. “Something besides an intensive straightforward examination concerning the cycles, discipline, and the United States Army’s treatment of the issues in their result would be a damage to the [Guillén], Morales, Morta and now Fernandes families.”

Different legislators and chose authorities have as of late called for changes to the base. U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, for instance, composed a letter to McCarty this week prior to Fernandes’ body was discovered saying changes were expected to “all the more likely defend the warriors positioned there.”

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