Mexican prosecutors stated Thursday they’ve filed prices towards a U.S. lady on suspicion of killing one other Americanin a viral video.
Prosecutors within the state of Baja California Sur didn’t identify the suspect within the Oct. 29 loss of life of Shanquella Robinson.
However they stated they’ve approached Mexican federal prosecutors and diplomats to attempt to get the girl extradited to face prices in Mexico.
Robinson’s loss of life at a resort improvement within the Baja resort city of San Jose del Cabo shocked individuals in each international locations. The video raised suspicions that Robinson might have died by the hands of individuals she was travelling with.
Native prosecutor Antonio López Rodríguez stated the case was being handled as a possible murder and an arrest warrant had been issued for the suspect. Nevertheless, the group Robinson was travelling with left Mexico after she was discovered lifeless in a rented villa.
State prosecutor Daniel de la Rosa Anaya stated the suspect was additionally an American, however didn’t determine her.
The FBITuesday that it had additionally opened an investigation into Robinson’s loss of life.
A video apparently taped on the luxurious villa in San Jose del Cabo reveals one lady, apparently an American, beating one other lady recognized as Robinson.
The video has been reposted many instances on social media websites. In it, a person with an American accent could be heard saying “Are you able to at the very least battle again?” The person didn’t seem to intervene within the beating.
The video raised questions on why no person intervened within the purported beating, or why individuals she was touring with would have crushed her.
Shanquella’s mom, Salamondra Robinson, informed CBS Information in an interview final week that she was initially informed by Shanquella’s associates that Shanquella had gotten sick with alcohol poisoning. However in a while, Salamondra realized there was a battle, and an post-mortem discovered she had accidents to her spinal wire and neck.
The post-mortem confirmed that “her loss of life had nothing to do with alcohol,” Salamondra stated.