Protestors mailed about 100 letters to Mexican authorities demanding justice for her dying.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Family members, pals and neighborhood activists came with each other Saturday as they desire justice for Shanquella Robinson.
They all collected at the Little Rock A.M.E. Zion Church on McDowell Street. They set their requires in composing, filling just about every pink envelope with a letter to Mexican authorities inquiring them to choose action in Robinson’s case.
“Each individual time they see a pink envelope they are going to know we are hoping to place force on them to execute the warrant to arrest these individuals,” reported John C. Barnett, a civil rights activist.
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“My letter primarily states that we will need justice now or you guys will be ready to rest,” stated Zakiyah Pryor. “I manufactured confident to place in that letter how we genuinely come to feel, that it has not been straightforward due to the fact it all happened.”
Protestors walked from the church in Uptown to the publish office. Supporters then mailed about 100 letters to Mexican authorities and the White Dwelling demanding justice for her demise.
Cherished kinds hope that each letter mailed is a phase nearer to acquiring justice for Robinson.
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“She deserves justice,” said Pryor. “Her household justifies justice, her close friends, her consumers, all people deserves justice because it wasn’t truthful what transpired to her.”
Robinson died in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for the duration of a trip with a group of six close friends on Oct. 29, 2022. Her household explained the good friends claimed it was due to the fact