Mexican authorities have issued an arrest warrant for an unnamed suspect within the dying of American girl Shanquella Robinson.
The warrant was issued Wednesday by Mexican regulation enforcement, and the FBI is conducting a parallel investigation. The suspect has not been recognized.
“This case is totally clarified, we actually have a court docket order, there’s an arrest warrant issued for the crime of femicide to the detriment of the sufferer and towards an alleged perpetrator, a buddy of her who’s the direct aggressor,” stated Baja California Sur prosecutor Daniel de la Rosa Anaya, based on ABC Information.
He added, “Really it wasn’t a quarrel, however as an alternative a direct aggression. We’re finishing up all of the pertinent procedures such because the Interpol alert and the request for extradition to the US of America.”
Robinson, 25, was discovered lifeless within the metropolis of San José del Cabo on Oct. 29 after touring to the resort space with six pals the day earlier than. Mexican authorities say that her reason for dying was a extreme spinal wire damage. A murder investigation has been launched, WBTV reported.
Robinson’s household was initially instructed by Robinson’s pals that she had gotten sick with alcohol poisoning whereas on a visit with pals on the Fundadores Beach Club.
WBTV reported that the dying certificates painted a special image and described the cause of death as being the results of “extreme spinal wire damage and atlas luxation” together with instability of the primary two neck vertebrae.
A video circulating on social media seems to indicate a lady attacking Robinson. WSOC-TV reported that Robinson’s mom recognized the individuals within the video as her daughter’s pals.
“Quella, are you able to at the very least struggle again?” A person will be heard saying within the background whereas one other girl will be seen beating an undressed Robinson.
Mexican officers are actually speculating that Robinson obtained medical care from an expert earlier than she was found by authorities and pronounced lifeless.
The medical skilled reportedly instructed Robinson’s pals that the 25-year-old was struggling dehydration and wanted to be taken to the hospital, based on Mexican authorities.
How alcohol and bodily damage contributed to Robinson’s dying continues to be unclear, as alcohol was reportedly not talked about within the dying certificates.
The certificates provides that the approximate time between damage and dying was quarter-hour, and a field that asks whether or not the dying was “unintended or violent” is marked with “Sure,” WSOC-TV reported.
Fox Information’ Andrew Mark Miller contributed to this report.