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World Harry Dunn's family to sue Trump administration for 'lawless misconduct'

19:40  29 october  2019
19:40  29 october  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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LONDON — The family of Harry Dunn , the teenage motorcyclist who was killed in a crash in Britain in August, is suing the Trump administration for “ lawless misconduct ,” a spokesman for the family said on Tuesday. Mr. Dunn , 19, died after his motorcycle collided with a car that the police said had

The family of Harry Dunn intends to sue the Trump administration and driver Anne Sacoolas over the fatal motorbike crash. ITV News understands the family is suing the administration for " lawless misconduct " over its involvement granting diplomatic immunity for Ms Sacoolas.

Harry Dunn's family are suing the Trump administration for "lawless misconduct" and starting legal action against Anne Sacoolas - the driver involved in the crash that killed the teenager.

The 19-year-old died after being knocked off his motorbike near RAF Croughton, a US spy base, on 27 August.

Mrs Sacoolas is believed to have been driving on the wrong side of the road and returned to America soon after the incident.

She was granted immunity from prosecution because her husband is a US diplomat.

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Now, Dunn ' s family —after attempts to settle the matter through diplomatic channels—said it intends to sue both Sacoolas and President Donald Trump 's administration for " lawless misconduct " and "attempting to cover it up." Dunn ' s family visited the White House recently to discuss the possibility of

Harry Dunn ' s parents, Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn , have urged US President Donald Trump 's administration to extradite Sacoolas to Britain, to no avail. "We are bringing claims against both Mrs. Sacoolas in the USA for civil damages as well as the Trump administration for their lawless

a person posing for the camera: Harry's mother (left) rejected the apology by Anne Sacoolas (right) © Sky Harry's mother (left) rejected the apology by Anne Sacoolas (right) Harry's family have been fighting a high-profile campaign to get Mrs Sacoolas to return to the UK to answer questions.

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They met President Donald Trump at the White House earlier this month - Mrs Sacoolas was in the building but they turned down an unexpected last-minute offer to meet her.

The family have already started a case against the UK Foreign Office over the decision to grant her immunity.

Spokesman for the Dunns, Radd Seiger, said their legal fight is now moving to the next level and will be a "memorial" to Harry.

"We are bringing claims against both Mrs Sacoolas in the USA for civil damages as well as the Trump administration for their lawless misconduct and attempt to cover that up," said a statement.

"No one is above the law and the family are determined to ensure that this never happens to another family again.

"It will be Harry's memorial. His legacy."

Mr Seiger said the US government had tried to "twist and contort the laws on diplomatic immunity" and called the White House attempt to get the family and Mrs Sacoolas in the same room a "disgusting stunt".

Shortly after their meeting with Mr Trump, Harry's parents praised the president's apparent sincerity but their anger was clear in today's statement.

a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Harry Dunn was killed while riding his Kawasaki motorbike in August © Other Harry Dunn was killed while riding his Kawasaki motorbike in August "The Trump administration is not only hell bent on breaking international laws, rules and conventions on diplomatic immunity, but they have no care or concern for the welfare of Harry's family or any real intent on finding a solution," said their spokesman.

He added: "President Trump told mum Charlotte at the meeting that we would look to approach the problem from a different angle, but the family have heard no further and have no faith in his words."

British police confirmed last week that they would interview Mrs Sacoolas under caution in the US after she requested to be interviewed there by Northamptonshire Police.

They say she had "cooperated fully" and had spoken to them at the scene after the crash and the next day at her home.

Mrs Sacoolas previously said through her lawyer that she was "devastated by this tragic accident" but Harry's mother, Charlotte Charles, rejected the apology, saying "sorry doesn't cut it".

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