Harry Dunn’s mother hopes Biden takes different view on case given personal ties
he mother of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn has said she hopes the US president will take a “different view” on her son’s case given his “deeply personal connection”.
The leaders of the US and UK discussed the 19-year-old, who was killed when a car crashed into his motorbike outside a military base in Northamptonshire, ahead of the G7 summit of world leaders.
The teenager’s mother, Charlotte Charles told the PA news agency she was “incredibly grateful” the case is high on the agenda but added that her family needed a resolution as soon as possible as they are “suffering intensely”.
The death, in August 2019, sparked an international controversy after Anne Sacoolas had diplomatic immunity asserted on her behalf – allowing her to leave the UK nine days after the crash.
Speaking after the meeting of Mr Biden and the PM, Charlotte Charles told PA: “We are incredibly grateful that Harry’s case is being taken so seriously as to be raised on the eve of the G7 meeting with so many worldwide crises going on.
“We are all suffering intensely …
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