It’s been 200 days since Shanquella Robinson was killed and, to date, no known arrests have been made in her death.
Robinson’s family is still seeking justice.
This morning, Robinson’s family and civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump visited the White House to urge officials to prioritize Robinson’s case.
In a statement on Crump’s website regarding an earlier letter sent to President Biden, Crump said, “one of two things needs to happen: either the U.S. extradites Shanquella’s killer to Mexico or the U.S. takes jurisdiction of the case and her killer is prosecuted here. Inaction is not acceptable in this case. Shanquella’s family deserves swift justice for her death.”