By | July 1, 2020
Krysta Martinez death-obituary

KRYSTA MARTINEZ WHO STARTED THE “FIND VANESSA GUILLEN” MOVEMENT DIES IN A CAR “ACCIDENT “

Krysta Martinez dead: Krysta Martinez “Find Vanessa Guillen” cause of death – obituary – tributes How did Krysta Martinez die? funeral plans.

  • Died : June, 2020
  • Age : year old
  • Cause of death : car accident

Krysta Martinez obituary, funeral arrangement, any GoFundMe?

Details on the deceased’s obituary and funeral are yet to be made public by her family.

A GoFundMe page was created to help raise funds for her funeral; Krysta’s funeral expenses  it reads;

During this tragic event myself as well as Krysta’s closest friends have gotten together to raise as much money as we can to cover all funeral expenses for the family. Krysta served in the U.S Army and retired honorably. She was a true friend and would always go out of her way for others. She always strived to make a difference and started the #FindVanessa movement. Everyone is devastated by this tragic event and I ask of everyone to please send donations to the family. God bless everyone who donates.

We urge that you respect the privacy of the grieving family during this time.

Tributes to Krysta Martinez, missing Vanessa Guillen ‘s friend

Family, friends and loved one have taken to their social media pages to share tributes and prayers.

BrittneySparkles wrote;

Krysta Martinez passed away from a “car accident”

•she was stationed at Fort Hood Army Base
•one of the first persons to help Vanessas family
•she filed a sexual harassment complaint

I just don’t truly believe it was an accident.

#IAMVANESSAGUILLEN

Margarita wrote;

What a fucking coincidence that HER out of all people on earth this happens to. Shit like this doesn’t just “happen”. 2 women died when they should not have. SHUT DOWN FORT HOOD! The army is supposed to protect them, this is extremely sad

Zughey Salcido wrote;

🛑 this is insane!! KRYSTA MARTINEZ WHO STARTED THE #FIND VANESSA GUILLEN MOVEMENT DIES IN A CAR “ACCIDENT “Vanessa Guillens friend who was initiated the search and had also filed a sexual harassment complaint against the military base . #vanessaguillen

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Here is a petition demanding that the USA army Fort Hood, Tx be held accountable for missing soldier, Vanessa Guillen who Krysta started a movement for. At the time of this publication, over 180,500 individuals have signed the petition which reads;

HOLD THE US ARMY ACCOUNTABLE: Find Vanessa Guillen

THE USA ARMY IN FORT HOOD, TX NEEDS TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THIS MISSING SOLDIER. NO ONE CAN GO MISSING FROM THE BASE!!!THEIR RESPONSIBILITY IS TO MAKE SURE EVERY SOLDIER IS ACCOUNTED FOR!

Vanessa Guillen is a 20- year-old Soldier stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. She was last seen on April 22 at 1p.m. in the parking lot of her Regimental Engineer Squadron Headquarters on Fort Hood. She is of Hispanic descent, five feet, two inches tall, 126 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Vanessa was last seen wearing a black shirt, light purple leggings and black Nike tennis shoes. Vanessa has the tattoo of a cross with a flower on her left arm, another flower also on the left arm, and a mountain with a circle on her upper left shoulder. She has a small mole between her lower mouth, and her chin.

My name is Vanessa Guillen. I knew I wanted to join the US Army to proudly serve my country as soon as I graduated from high school. I loved the US Army until I got to Fort Hood.

I disappeared from Fort Hood, Texas on April 22, 2020.

Three weeks before I disappeared, my mom asked me why I seemed different. My mom knows me better than anyone else. She noticed I had become withdrawn and that I wasn’t able to sleep like I used to.

I finally told my mom that I was being sexually harassed by one of my sergeants on Fort Hood. My mom tried tried to convince me to give her the name of the person who was harassing me, but I didn’t want to get in trouble. My mom told me that she would report it for me, but I told her that I knew of other female soldiers that had reported sexual harassment and that the US Army didn’t believe them. I told my mom how the same sergeant that sexually harassed me would follow me whenever I would run and exercise and how uncomfortable it made me feel. My mom told me she would put a stop to it, but I told her I would take care of it myself. I felt I could put a stop to it myself. All I had to do was do something, say something. I was ready to take care of it.

But I have been missing ever since. I didn’t get a chance to give my mom a name. I didn’t get a chance to report it to anyone.

Please don’t forget about me.

Sign Petition here 

 

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