The mother of a 19-year-old who died in August when his motorcycle collided with a auto near a British military base has appealed to President Trump to waive the diplomatic immunity of the crash's main suspect.
The PM added: "I hope Anne Sacoolas will come back and will engage properly with the processes of law that are carried out in this country".
Police believe Sacoolas had just driven out of Royal Air Force base Croughton and was driving on the wrong side of the road when she struck Dunn, Sky News reports.
"Harry had no chance", Charles told Sky News, Monday about the footage.
"Just to look and listen to what has happened and to try to see it from our point of view and our heartache, and hopefully he can help with bringing her back to the United Kingdom, so we can get on and do our stuff, and do the justice and help us to start grieving again", Dunn told CNN's New Day when asked what his message was for Trump.
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Family members of diplomats living in other countries are covered by immunity, Under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.
"The suspect. had previously confirmed to us that she had no plans to leave the country in the near future", Northamptonshire Police say in a statement, adding that they're "now exploring all opportunities" to keep the investigation going.
Mrs Sacoolas, who had her 12-year-old son in the auto when the crash happened, was spoken to by police the following day - August 28 - and said she had no plans to leave the UK. The U.S. government is in "close consultation with the appropriate British officials", the spokesperson told ABC News in a statement Saturday. Harry Dunn, 19, was riding his motorbike to visit his father when he was killed in the collision.
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Anger over the actions intensified as the teenager's mother Charlotte Charles called on the Prime Minister to "get on the phone" to President Donald Trump. "We will do what we can to bring her back", she said.
Harry Dunn, 19, was killed in the crash.
However, it is not publicly known which agreement grants USA personnel at the Croughton base immunity from prosecution.
Mr Johnson told reporters on Monday, 7 October: "I do not think that it can be right to use the process of diplomatic immunity for this type of goal. Please help us. We won't be able to grieve and move on and try put the pieces of our shattered lives together until we get justice for Harry".
On Tuesday Dunn's parents described him as a "big-hearted" person and "passionate" biker who "lived to ride".
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