THE devastated parents of Harry Dunn will today meet Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab – after he begged America to send his alleged killer home.
Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn will meet the Foreign Secretary at 4pm today to discuss the tragic case of their 19-year-old who was killed outside RAF Croughton back in August.
A US diplomat’s wife is set to be charged over Harry’s crash death, but she has now flown back to the US.
American Anne Sacoolas, 42, allegedly smashed into 19-year-old Harry’s motorbike while driving her Volvo on the wrong side of the road on August 27.
The mum of three was spoken to the day after the death crash outside US intelligence hub RAF Croughton, Northants, where her husband Jonathan works as a spy.
But cops had an application to waive her diplomatic immunity rejected and Mrs Sacoolas then fled the country, back to the US. Northamptonshire Police have now passed a file to the CPS to decide on whether to prosecute her for causing death by dangerous driving.
Boris is expected to speak to US President Donald Trump about the matter in the next 24 hours.
Harry’s mum Charlotte Charles, 44, on Tuesday vowed to confront Donald Trump in Washington over the matter. Speaking on ITV’s This Morning, she added: “We won’t stop. We will go over to Washington if we have to. We’ve taken advice from a lawyer on that.
“We will plead with President Trump to look at the laws, look at diplomatic immunity, and hopefully realise it is there to protect diplomats and their families when they are in danger . . . not when they commit such a serious crime as this.”