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VIDEO: ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR FEMALE SUSPECT IN SHANQUELLA ROBINSON'S MEXICO MURDER

Mexican police have just issued a warrant for Daejhanae Jackson, female seen on video beating Shanquella Robinson naked. Mexican jails are terrible

Shanquella Robinson, 25, died on October 30, 2022 while on vacation with friends in Cabo, Mexico celebrating a birthday. Now, on November 23, 2022 Mexican police issued an arrest warrant for the female suspect seen beating Shanquella while the victim was naked.

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The suspect is identified as Daejhanae Jackson.

Mexican authorities believe the beating of Shanquella caused her death. In fact, Shanquella's death certificate lists her cause of death as severe spinal cord injury and atlas luxation.

But her friends on the trip with her say Shanquella died of alcohol poisoning. The autopsy has no mention of alcohol poisoning for Shanquella. 

Shanquella is originally from Charlotte, NC.

The group of friends were drinking and having a good time. At some point, a female friend of Shanquella is seen on video punching a naked Shanquella and throwing her to the ground as other friends on the vacation watched and video recorded the fight.

The female attacker continues to punch Shanquella in the face and kick her.

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The female attacker then yells for Shanquella to get up. The attacker then says,

"I'm tired of your shit!!"

There is no indication why Shanquella was naked in the video, but alcoholic drinks were being consumed. Hours later Shanquella was found dead in the hotel villa. Shanquella's friends called her parents and said she died from alcohol poisoning, but an autopsy report said that Shanquella died from a broken neck and a cracked spinal cord.

Shanquella's friends then caught flights back to the USA.

A prosecutor for the state of Baja California Sur in Mexico says the court issued arrest warrant was because of:

"A direct aggression occurred. The direct aggressor is being sought by international authorities on charges of femicide."