The FBI Field Office in Charlotte It says it has opened an investigation into the death of a local resident, Shanquella Robinson, who died late last month in Cabo San Lucas, and her travel companions accused of being involved in her death are facing extradition to Mexico for their charges. .
The board confirmed the above The Shade Room Monday, but declined to comment further.
FBI Opens Investigation into Shanquella Robinson’s Death in Mexico, Just One Week After Video of Horrific Devastation.
The news comes as Shanquella’s friends, family and social media followers have been calling for justice since a gruesome video surfaced showing Robinson being brutally beaten by one of his “friends,” Dejahnae Jackson, who took him to Mexico. The Shade Room report last week.
25-year-old Shanquella Robinson was found dead a day after leaving for a vacation in Cabo with friends. What happened at the Cabo house is shrouded in mystery due to controversy. After an endless investigation, the friends are found to have lied about the death. pic.twitter.com/runaiGBDHa
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Now, more than six friends who went with Shanquella may be charged in connection with his death, while US authorities say they have issued a warrant to Mexico to release any of them from a Mexican prison pending arrest.
“They have to answer to the Mexican Law,” the police investigating the case told Queen City News, adding that if they find evidence to arrest them, they will have the power to return the group to Mexico.
The officer told the site that he would be contacting the FBI and the embassy, and urged anyone with information about the case to contact the FBI’s Charlotte office.
“Due to the ongoing investigation, we have no comment,” the FBI Charlotte Field Office told The Shade Room on Monday.
The US gave Mexico permission to send the man who killed the girl … to a Mexican prison.
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Family Has Been Searching for Answers, Adults At First Confused About Shanquella’s Death
One friend in particular, identified as Dejanae Jackson, who is seen delivering the fatal beating in the video, is expected to be one of the friends facing deportation in the coming weeks, as authorities continue to investigate the tragic death of the 25-year-old.
Shanquella’s death last month has left his family searching for answers, and after police officers initially said there was no foul play.
Meanwhile, his family has maintained that he died of a broken neck, possibly during the gruesome beating that was caught and revealed on video.
Robinson’s mother, Salamondra, said last week that an autopsy found her daughter had died of brutality, and now her family is blaming Shanquella’s friends after a video that was released appears to show her being brutally beaten by a friend.
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Autopsy Shows Shanquella Robinson Died Violently, Family Says From Broken Neck
“When he came back, he said he had nothing to do with alcohol,” Salamondra Robinson said, according to WNCT.
” [They] he said that he broke his neck and his back was broken. He was beaten.”
The Robinson family only learned of the autopsy report after they called the FBI and Mexican authorities, Shanquella’s travel companions made a distress call shortly after their arrival.
“Each of the people with him were telling different stories,” Salamondra said. He said he was not feeling well. He had alcohol poisoning. He couldn’t hit.”
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US State Department Officials Initially Rule Her Death as Homicide as Family Hires Private Investigator.
But the officials of the US State Department in Mexico initially denied that his death was a murder, even though the horrific video shows Shanquella being beaten, while saying that the police investigation did not show signs of foul play.
Now, a State Department official is helping the Shanquella family obtain reports from Mexican law enforcement. According to WNCT, the family is also hiring a private investigator to look into the matter.
Shanquella died less than a day after arriving in Mexico after making a last phone call to her mother.
He is said to have told his mother that their party “had a chef. They were preparing to eat. They were eating tacos or salad or something, and I said, ‘Okay. I love you. Sleep well, and I’ll talk to you tomorrow.’”
GoFundMe Has Raised Over $350K in Donations, Including One Made by NBA Star Kyrie Irving
Hundreds attended Shanquella’s memorial service on Saturday.
At this time, a GoFundMe account was set up by Robinson’s sister, and has already reached $356,000 including a generous $65,000 donation from NBA star and North Carolina resident, Duke football player Kyrie Irving.
“We are facing an unexpected financial crisis and a lot of pain as we prepare to put my sister to sleep. Any support you can provide for our finances and other critical expenses is greatly appreciated,” the fundraiser said.
Those who wish to donate can do so Here.