Mexican authorities issue arrest warrant for unnamed suspect in US woman’s death Shankwella Robinson.
The warrant was issued Wednesday by Mexican law enforcement. FBI conducts parallel investigation. The suspect has not been identified.
“This case is fully clarified, we even have a court order, we have an arrest warrant issued for the crime of femicide to the detriment of the victim and against the alleged perpetrator, her friend, who is the direct aggressor,” Baha said. According to ABC News, Southern California Attorney Daniel de la Rosa Anaya.
He added: “It wasn’t really a quarrel, but outright aggression. We are following all relevant procedures such as the Interpol alert and the request for extradition to the United States of America.”
Robinson, 25, was found dead in the city of San José del Cabo in October. 29 after a trip to the resort area with six friends the day before. Mexican authorities say the cause of her death was a severe spinal cord injury. Murder investigation launched WBTV reported.
At first, Robinson’s friends told the Robinson family that she had been poisoned by alcohol during a trip with friends to Founders Beach Club.
WBTV reported that the death certificate painted a different picture and described cause of death as a result of “severe spinal cord injury and dislocation of the atlas” along with instability of the first two cervical vertebrae.
Video circulating on social media seems to show a woman attacking Robinson. WSOC-TV reported that Robinson’s mother identified the people in the video as her daughter’s friends.
“Quella, can you at least fight back?” In the background, a man can be heard talking while another woman beats up a stripped Robinson.
Mexican officials now speculate that Robinson received medical attention from a professional before she was discovered by authorities and declared dead.
A health worker reportedly told Robinson’s friends that the 25-year-old was suffering from dehydration and needed to be taken to the hospital. Mexican authorities.
How alcohol and injuries contributed to Robinson’s death is still unclear, as alcohol is reportedly not mentioned on the death certificate.
The certificate added that the estimated time between injury and death was 15 minutes, and the box asking if the death was “accidental or violent” reads “Yes.” It is reported by WSOC-TV..
Andrew Mark Miller of Fox News contributed to this report.