Dallas : “I hope he does what he promised,” Vanessa Guillén’s mother said after speaking with Trump.

Vanessa Guillén’s family fulfilled an intense agenda in Washington, DC on Thursday, which included a visit to the White House, which was preceded by a march by the Capitol toward the presidential residence in support of the #IamVanessaGuillen bill, which seeks to protect to military victims of sexual crimes. Dozens of supporters who came from various parts of the country participated in the walk.

Gloria Guillén, the mother of the soldier assassinated last April 22 at the Fort Hood military base, spoke publicly – reviewing the reasons for her presence in the US capital – before concluding the anticipated meeting with the president, in which she was accompanied from the lawyer Natalie Khawam, her husband Rogelio and their daughters Lupe and Mayra Guillén.

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The sore mother reported for the first time that when she saw a part of a television report, she learned that her daughter was beaten to death with a hammer. Between sobs, she continued talking about the illusion that she had to see the soldier’s face again, which she now knows will not be possible. She also announced that she would ask Donald Trump for justice and go in depth in the investigation into the Vanessa case and the “corruption” and other acts that she has been denouncing that occur in Fort Hood, located in Killeen, Texas.

At the meeting with the president, the woman from Zacatecas asked her to help see that justice is done in the case of the murder of her daughter, “that God touch her heart and that she see my suffering.”

Trump told him that he learned about the case on television and that he felt very “beaten” by the details and that he hopes that the bottom of everything will be reached. “We don’t want this to be hidden and forgotten,” he said.

“Vanessa is already history,” said Mrs. Guillén, who communicated her feelings to Trump through an interpreter. In her attempt to persuade him to help launch an investigation into what her daughter suffered at Fort Hood, she indicated that he could be part of the story if he helped her achieve justice.

At the conclusion of the dialogue, the Guillén family and their lawyer returned to speak to the media that came to the capital to cover the events. Mrs. Guillén said, among other things, “I hope that she will fulfill what she promised,” and reviewed some of the passages that she told the President regarding the multiple complaints that circulate about alleged events that cast a shadow over the Army’s military headquarters in Killeen.

Lupe Guillén, Vanessa’s younger sister, announced that they will hold a peaceful protest in Austin, asking that Texas Governor Greg Abbott publicly become aware of the case of the Houston-born soldier of Mexican origin, who until now has not has done.

Gloria Guillén, the mother of the soldier assassinated last April 22 at the Fort Hood military base, spoke publicly – reviewing the reasons for her presence in the US capital – before concluding the anticipated meeting with the president, in which she was accompanied from the lawyer Natalie Khawam, her husband Rogelio and their daughters Lupe and Mayra Guillén.

Related: #IamVanessaGuillen’s goal (video)

The sore mother reported for the first time that when she saw a part of a television report, she learned that her daughter was beaten to death with a hammer. Between sobs, she continued talking about the illusion that she had to see the soldier’s face again, which she now knows will not be possible. She also announced that she would ask Donald Trump for justice and go in depth in the investigation into the Vanessa case and the “corruption” and other acts that she has been denouncing that occur in Fort Hood, located in Killeen, Texas.

At the meeting with the president, the woman from Zacatecas asked her to help ensure justice in the case of the murder of her daughter, “that God touch her heart and see my suffering.”

Trump told him that he learned about the case on television and that he felt very “beaten” by the details and that he hopes that the bottom of everything will be reached. “We don’t want this to be hidden and forgotten,” he said.

“Vanessa is already history,” said Mrs. Guillén, who communicated her feelings to Trump through an interpreter. In her attempt to persuade him to help launch an investigation into what her daughter suffered at Fort Hood, she indicated that he could be part of the story if he helped her achieve justice.

At the conclusion of the dialogue, the Guillén family and their lawyer returned to speak to the media that came to the capital to cover the events. Mrs. Guillén said, among other things, “I hope that she will fulfill what she promised,” and reviewed some of the passages that she told the President regarding the multiple complaints that circulate about alleged events that cast a shadow over the Army’s military headquarters in Killeen.

Lupe Guillén, Vanessa’s younger sister, announced that they will hold a peaceful protest in Austin, asking that Texas Governor Greg Abbott publicly become aware of the case of the Houston-born soldier of Mexican origin, who until now has not has done.