A family member of a North Carolina woman who died in Mexico while on vacation is frustrated at the lack of answers that they received for over a month.
“I’m just waiting for somebody to get arrested,” Sallamondra, mother to Shanquella Robinson (25-year-old), told The Independent . “The FBI isn’t telling anything.”
Shanquella Robinson, a six-friend traveler to San Jose del Cabo the previous day, was found dead there on Oct. 29. Mexican authorities believe that she suffered a severe spinal injury.
Robinson was traveling to the resort town along six of her friends. She reportedly told her family she died from alcohol poisoning. A medical examiner later declared otherwise. Authorities launched a “femicide” investigation, which is essentially a murder investigation. It is believed that the victim was often targeted because of her gender.
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Sallamondra Robinson, after being bombarded with calls from her daughter’s friends, said that she was not feeling well and that alcohol poisoning was the cause.
Robinson stated to The Independent that Robinson couldn’t confront the men because they were gone. “I spoke to the police. “I didn’t speak to them again because I couldn’t see them anymore. They arrived [at our home] before the autopsy.”
A video was circulated on showing Robinson being attacked by a woman shortly after her death. WSOC-TV reported Robinson’s mother identified her daughter’s friends in the video.
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Mexican officials speculate that Robinson was treated by a doctor before being discovered by authorities.
Mexican authorities have issued an arrest warrant to an individual who has not been released publicly as part of their investigation into femicide.
According to ABC News, Baja California Sur prosecutor Daniel de la Rosa Anaya stated that the case was fully resolved. He also issued an arrest warrant for the crime of female genital murder to the victim’s detriment and against an alleged perpetrator. A friend of hers is the direct aggressor.
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He said, “Actually, it wasn’t an argument, but rather a direct aggression. All the necessary procedures, such as the Interpol alert or the request for extradition the United States of America are being carried out.
Bernard Robinson, Shanquella’s father, t WCNC-TV says that he is still searching for answers to the case.
He said that she was full of life. “I want to know the reason.”
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She had her entire life ahead of them. This was not her right. I’m not going to let her die in vain.”
He told Washington Post that there are still many unanswered questions about his daughter’s death.
Fox News Digital was informed Tuesday by a spokesperson for the FBI’s Charlotte Office that the investigation is ongoing and that the FBI “has no further comments.”
Fox News’ Timothy H.J. Nerozzi contributed to the report