Mexican authorities issue arrest warrants in Shanquella Robinson case, call death a ‘direct attack’

Mexican authorities issue arrest warrants in Shanquella Robinson case, call death a ‘direct attack’
Mexican authorities issue arrest warrants in Shanquella Robinson case, call death a ‘direct attack’

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) — Mexican authorities have issued an arrest warrant for the death of Shanquella Robinson, a Charlotte woman who was killed in Mexico last month.

Robinson, 25, left Charlotte on a trip to Cabo, Mexico with a group of friends on Oct. 28 and never returned home. The next day, Mexican authorities say a doctor came to the hotel and attempted to revive Robinson around 3:15 p.m.

A Mexican prosecutor said the warrant was issued for Robinson’s friend, who was identified as the direct attacker in the October 29 events.

Mexican authorities have since issued a press release, saying investigations and test data indicate Robinson’s death was due to a “direct attack, not an accident”.

Related: Charlotte family demands answers after daughter found dead in Mexico

His the parents were first informed by other during the trip she had fallen ill with alcohol poisoning. After Robinson’s death, the family says Mexican authorities told them that alcohol poisoning was determined to be the cause of his death.

Despite the alleged reports, his death certificate from Mexico suggests a different story, saying that Robinson died from a serious spinal cord injury.

A video that made the rounds on the internet and social media would show Robinson being beaten in a hotel room. WBTV is unable to verify when or where the video in question was recorded at this time.

Last week, the FBI said it had “opened an investigation into Robinson’s death.”

A GoFundMe page for Robinson can be found here.

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The article is in French

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. Mexican authorities issue arrest warrants Shanquella Robinson case call death direct attack

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