Mexico issues arrest warrant for boyfriend of 25-year-old woman found dead on vacation


Mexican prosecutors have issued an arrest warrant for a girlfriend of the 25-year-old American woman who was found dead in the country last month. They are also working to get the friend extradited to Mexico to face charges, The The US Express News reported.

Shanquella Robinson, from Charlotte, South Carolina, traveled with six friends to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, on Oct. 28 and died in a villa the group rented there a day later, on Oct. 29.

Daniel de la Rosa, the attorney general of Baja California Sur in Mexico, told local reporters they are seeking an extradition warrant for the woman involved in Robinson’s death.

De la Rosa said the death was not the result of a fight, but was the result of direct aggression from the friend who allegedly carried out the attack.

De la Rosa confirmed that both the victim and the friend are US citizens.

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According to The The US Express News, the Robinson group traveled all over Mexico after her death.

The new details contradict how Robinson’s friends originally characterized the death of the woman’s family.

Her friends’ account is also disputed by the death certificate stating that Robinson suffered severe spinal cord injury and neck trauma and died within 15 minutes of the injury.

Graphic cellphone video circulating on social media is said to show Robinson being violently assaulted by another member of the group.

Robinson’s father, Bernard Robinson, confirmed to TUSEN that the person being attacked in the video is his daughter.

The FBI field office in Charlotte has also launched an investigation into Robinson’s death.



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