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Woman Who Killed Shanquella Robinson in Cabo is On The Run From Mexican and American Authorities

Thanks to social media, the woman who brutally beat Shanquella Robinson while they were on a birthday trip to Cabo will be brought to justice.

Unfortunately, as of right now, the Mexican and American cops haven’t brought her in despite arrest warrant issues.

No one seems to know when that arrest will occur or who the woman is.

Shanquella Robinson arrived in the picturesque Mexican town of San José del Cabo on October 28 with six of her friends. One day later, the 25-year-old student at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina died while staying in a luxury rental property in Baja California Sur.

Now, nearly one month after the death, the FBI is investigating, and Mexican prosecutors are seeking to extradite one of Robinson’s friends as a suspect in the case.

The cause of Robinson’s death was “severe spinal cord injury and atlas luxation,” which is instability or excessive movement in the uppermost neck vertebrae, according to a copy of her death certificate obtained by CNN affiliate WBTV. The death certificate classified Robinson’s death as “accidental or violent,” noting the approximate time between injury and death was 15 minutes.

Mexican prosecutors said last week an arrest warrant had been issued there for a woman suspected of fatally assaulting Robinson. Mexican officials have not named the suspect but confirmed she is a US citizen who is believed to be in the US.

No one has been charged in the case, and authorities have not released the names of Robinson’s friends. The death did not result from a “quarrel” but from “a direct aggression that this person made,” the attorney general for Baja California Sur, Daniel de la Rosa, told local media last week.

The extradition process for the suspect was underway, the prosecutor said. “There is already an arrest warrant issued for the crime of femicide,” or the killing of a woman because of her gender, said de la Rosa, adding “a friend” of the victim was allegedly responsible for the death.

The arrest warrant is valid in Mexico, prosecutors said, and they are in consultation with federal government officials in both countries about the extradition request. “We are already carrying out all the relevant procedures, both the Interpol file and the extradition request,” de la Rosa said.

Hopefully, an arrest will be made sooner or later before the suspect tries to flee the country.

Flip the pages for the viral video of the beaten Shanquella Robinson took at the hands of one of her friends.

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