U.S. investigators said they found no evidence to support filing federal charges in the death of the Charlotte woman.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The family of Shanquella Robinson and their attorney said they are “disappointed but not deterred” Wednesday after federal officials declined to seek federal charges in the death of the Charlotte woman.
Sue-Ann Robinson, the attorney for the family who is not related to the woman who died under seemingly suspicious circumstances six months ago in Mexico, slammed delays in what she said was a “so-called investigation.” She said the autopsy done in the United States was done after Shanquella Robinson’s body had been embalmed.
Sue-Ann Robinson also said the reports from the second autopsy showed brain swelling, but said the cause of death was inconclusive.
In an announcement earlier Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Justice said they met with Shanquella Robinson’s family the same day to offer condolences and present the findings of the federal investigation into her death.
In their announcement …