The spouse of a U.S. diplomat accused of murdering 19-year-old motorcyclist Harry Dunn while driving on the incorrect side of a street in England this season was charged with causing death by dangerous driving, as stated by the Dunn family’s spokesman, Radd Seiger.
Anne Schools, 42, flew straight back into the U.S. three months following the crash in August, which happened near RAF Croughton at Northamptonshire. The U.S. State Department has stated Sacoolas is covered by diplomatic immunity and can’t be extradited.
Dunn’s family was campaigning for her to confront justice and traveled to Washington D.C. to create their situation. They fulfilled President Donald Trump in October and have been awarded exactly what they called a”bombshell” provide to fulfill Sacoolas from the White House, they declined.
“We put out a long time ago and we all thought and we thought, and we have done it, we have got the fee. It is astonishing,” Harry’s dad, Tim Dunn, told Sky News.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has known for Schools to return to the U.K. to confront the evidence.