Shanquella Robinson’s father describes seeing her wound
Almost two months removed from Shanquella RobinsonAfter her daughter’s death, her grieving father, Bernard Robinson, opened up about the traumatic moment when he saw his daughter’s beaten and tortured body, while friends were with him. She attributed her death to alcohol poisoning.
Robinson said he learned Shanquella’s mysterious cause of death was not alcohol when he saw her coffin open. Charlotte Observer.
Shanquella Robinson’s father describes heartbreaking moment when he saw his daughter’s battered, bruised body
“When I looked in that coffin, and I saw the knot, (…) the cut on her lip, I knew for sure that they had done some physical harm to her,” said Bernard. speak.
On December 10, Bernard joined friends, family and local leaders in a rally for justice for Shanquella organized by the Million Youth March of Charlotte as well as the Salisbury Youth Advisory Board. .
He described the heartbreaking moment of seeing his daughter’s wounded and lifeless body with hundreds of people gathered to support Shanquella at Little Rock AME Zion Church in Charlotte, the newspaper reported.
Bernard Robinson, father of #ShanquellaRobinsonspoke about demanding justice for her daughter.
Say it’s a struggle for him on a daily basis. @WBTV_News pic.twitter.com/EsiMvKmaY0
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“All I want is justice,” the heartbroken father said at last week’s rally.
An autopsy revealed Shanquella had a fractured spine and broken neck, but the coroner’s reports mostly led to more questions than answers.
A viral video began circulating on social media, showing a woman brutally assaulting Bernard’s 25-year-old daughter. She was naked and refused to hit back, despite pleas from the cameraman as others cheered.
Bernard Robinson calls Shanquella’s friends the “Cabo Six” as the family awaits justice after the death of his daughter
Bernard continues to call his group of friends the “Cabo Six”.
Although Mexican authorities are said to have issued an arrest warrant for Shanquella’s case last month, no arrests have been made since her death. Shade room report. On October 28, Shanquella arrived in San José del Cabo. She was declared dead the next day.
Her father said that all he wanted was for the government to “do the right thing, (and) make it right.”
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“All I want is justice. I just want the Mexican government, the embassy, to do the right thing, make it right. Because they went there on your land and did what they did and come back here,” Bernard continued.
Shanquella’s mother criticizes FBI for lack of progress and information
Salamondra, Shanquella’s grieving mother, criticized the FBI for their lack of progress in her daughter’s murder case and the lack of information she was provided with as the days passed into weeks after the girl’s death. 25 years old at a resort in Mexico, Shade room previous report.
Meanwhile, the family is eagerly waiting for justice to be served.
The FBI is still investigating what local authorities in Mexico have deemed a murder of a woman.
An arrest warrant, issued for a still-unnamed American woman, has yet to come to fruition as officials attempt to extradite her to face a Mexican court. The suspect, described as one of Shanquella’s friends, could face up to 60 years in prison.