Shanquella Robinson's mother claims FBI is 'not doing enough’ to catch her murderers who are 'on the run'
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA: The mother of a North Carolina woman, who was found dead in late October in Mexico, has taken the FBI to task. Shanquella Robinson's mother, Sallamondra Robinson, took to Instagram to call out the investigators as they have not yet caught the person responsible for her daughter's death.
The grieving mother posted a picture of her with Shanquella and said, “Enough is not being done by the FBI to put the individuals who attacked Shanquella behind bars. I’m just trying to wait for somebody to be arrested. The FBI is not telling anything as of right now. Shanquella attackers looked me right in my face and told me there was no fight that happened in #cabomexico. I believe they are on the run! #shanquellarobinson #justiceforshanquellarobinson #family #sayhername #charlottenc #quella #justiceforquella.”
Shanquella Robinson: Timeline of her ill-fated arrival in Mexico to her death as friends refused to take her to hospital
Shanquella Robinson: Chilling last post of woman found dead during vacation was about being 'free'
In another social media share, Sallamondra wrote, “I believe this all was planned. The people Shanquella went on a trip with have all been friends for over 10 years. Authorities have not informed me on any information due to Shanquella case but I was told the FBI is now questioning everyone from the #cabo6. #shanquellarobinson #justiceforshanquellarobinson #family #charlottenc #cabomexico #quella #justiceforquella.”
Earlier reports blamed alcohol poisoning for the 25-year-old woman’s death. Later, foul play was suspected with her family blaming her friends with whom Shanquella went on trip. A GoFundMe started by the victim’s sister Quilla Long stated, “My beautiful sister #ShanquellaRobinson, recently went on a trip to Cabo, Mexico, with people she believed were her friends. During this trip, she was found dead. Her associates claimed she died of alcohol poisoning, but the death certificate from the Mexican government contradicts this statement as it reveals a broken neck and cracked spine and a time of death which is 15 minutes after she sustained these injuries.”
“The United States State Department released a statement claiming ‘no clear evidence of foul play,’ yet there is a video circulating of a woman violently attacking Shanquella. This statement is unacceptable, and we are beyond devastated. We continue to fight for the truth,” she had added. Meanwhile, Sallamondra’s Instagram posts have grabbed a lot of people’s attention with a person commenting, “I trust that God is working it out. I'm sure the FBI is putting together a plan. They must make sure they have all the moving parts together. We definitely what the charges to stick. Continue to pray and stay encouraged.”
Another user shared, “I agree with everyone saying that this case is complicated so it takes time; however, you still deserve some answers or updates on the status. Just keep the pressure on them AND contact your representatives in the House and Senate. Write them a letter expressing your concerns so that they can advocate on behalf of you and your family. Their job is to be of service to you all as their constituents. 🙏🏽♥️” “Believing God for the outcome of Justice! 🙏🏽❤️,” the third user added.
This article contains remarks made on the Internet by individual people and organizations. MEAWW cannot confirm them independently and does not support claims or opinions being made online.