The State Department said it will not extradite Anne Sacoolas to the U.K. because she is allegedly protected by "diplomatic immunity" in the death of Harry Dunn.
Anne Sacoolas faces extradition and possible imprisonment if she's forced back to the U.K. in the death of 19-year-old motorcyclist Harry Dunn.
Britain's Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn say they want justice, not money, for the death of their 19-year-old son, Harry.
The president again made excuses for American Anne Sacoolas, who fled the U.K. after the crash that killed motorcyclist Harry Dunn, 19.
Harry Dunn described seeing his son for the last time following the crash with an American who later invoked diplomatic immunity and left the U.K.
The president appeared to say he has also driven on the wrong side of the road in a foreign country.
Boris Johnson said Anne Sacoolas’ claim of diplomatic immunity is unjustified and he will personally take action if she doesn't return.
The 19-year-old victim's mother directly appealed to American leadership, saying, "President Trump, we're a family in ruin."
They called it “dangerous and unprecedented” and “chilling.”
The diplomatic passport selling business is different from the Citizenship by Investment programme. This money is not going