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NO Arrest Has Been Made In Shanquella Robinson DEATH … And It Doesn’t Look Like There WILL BE ONE!!

No arrest has been made in the Shanquella Robinson murder case, nearly 4 days after Mexican authorities issued an arrest warrant for a suspect whom local prosecutors called “the aggressor.”

And Media Take Out is hearing rumblings that it’s possible that NO ONE EVER WILL BE.

Mexico is seeking to extradite the suspect out of the United States, to face criminal charges back in the Latin American country.

But the Mexican authorities did not release a copy of the arrest warrant, and it’s unclear whether any specific person was named as the alleged killer.

Without a named suspect, United States officials are unable to extradite anyone to face charges for any alleged crime committed.

Robinson, a 25-year-old died just 24 hours after she arrived in Cabo, Mexico with six of her alleged friends.

A doctor was called to a rental villa on October 29, and Shanquella was in obvious distress. She survived for about three hours as the physician tried to remove her, Media Take Out confirmed. But she was pronounced dead after suffering a cardiac arrest.

Shanquella’s friends initially told police and her parents that she died from “alcohol poisoning.” But a death certificate listed spinal cord injury and a broken neck as the cause of death.

Daniel de la Rosa Anaya, a prosecutor for the state of Baja California Sur, issued an arrest warrant after viewing a video that showed a person savagely assaulting Robinson in the villa.

The prosecutor said she was a victim of “direct aggression” by a friend.

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