I don’t know if you’ve heard about the beautiful 25-year-old woman who went to del Cabo, Mexico with her friends to celebrate a birthday, and ended up dead. It’s a story that has more questions than answers, and now, a new very disturbing video has been uncovered, which may explain how this poor young woman was killed – and the shocking part, is it appears as if her group of friends could be responsible for the death… at least that’s what the video suggests.
But first, let me give you some background. Her name is Shanquella Robinson, and she traveled from Charlotte, NC to Mexico to celebrate a friend’s birthday with a group of people. The group was staying at a villa in Cabo, and a maid discovered Shanquella’s body on a couch. A doctor was called to the room and tried to revive her, but she was already long gone. Her friends called the parents and claimed that she had died of “alcohol poisoning.” And then, the friends returned home, as if that was that.
Yahoo News reported that the FBI and Mexican prosecutors have opened separate investigations this week into the mysterious death of a North Carolina woman, who went on vacation late last month with friends in Mexico and returned home in a bodybag.
Shanquella Robinson, a 25-year-old woman from Charlotte, traveled to the resort city of San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, on Oct. 28 with six friends to celebrate one of their birthdays. Less than 24 hours later she was found dead.
Three weeks later, Robinson’s family just wants answers. Thus far, they feel they’ve only been given the runaround by authorities and conflicting stories from her friends about what led to her death.
“They said she wasn’t feeling well. She had alcohol poisoning,” Robinson’s mother, Sallamondra, told WSOC-TV last week, recalling an anxious call she got from one of her daughter’s friends. “They couldn’t get a pulse. Each one of the people that was there with her was telling different stories.”
That story was 100 percent untrue. She did not have “alcohol poisoning,” she had been brutally attacked and died as a result of that.
The autopsy report from the Mexican Secretariat of Health that the family learned Robinson had suffered a broken neck and a cracked spine. No mention of alcohol was included in the report. In a death certificate, obtained by Queens City News, Robinson’s death was attributed to a “severe spinal cord injury and atlas luxation,” meaning that her first vertebra was loosened or detached from the base of her skull. The approximate time between injury and death was determined to be 15 minutes, the report noted. The certificate also stated that Robinson was found unconscious in the living room of a villa by a maid.
TMZ is now reporting on the video that’s been uncovered. I have to warn you that this is so disturbing; I don’t blame you if you don’t want to watch it. I will tell you what happens in it, without getting too gory.
The video shows Shanquella, naked, in one of the hotel villas (I assume it’s her room), being punched and beaten by a woman, while a male films it. Shanquella isn’t fighting back, and you can hear the man tell her to “at least fight back.”
It’s horrific, and it pains my heart to think that Shanquella’s parents had to watch this. Those poor people.
So, please, heed my warning that this is graphic and disturbing:
After seeing this horrific video, Shanquella’s father told TMZ that he believes his daughter was attacked as part of a diabolical plan.
Now, the thing I am unclear on is if these people beating her up and watching/filming this despicable event were her “friends” that she traveled with or some other group.
I have seen online sleuths talking about this video, indicating that this was the “group” she was with, but I can’t find anything “official” that states that as fact.
All I know is that the Robinson family deserves answers and justice for their beautiful only child Shanquella, who just wanted to go on vacation and celebrate a birthday, and wound up beaten to a pulp, and dead.
I know I will be praying for this family, and I hope you will join me.
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