The American charged with causing the death of a British teenager in a automobile crash final 12 months has a “very low” probability of being extradited to the UK to face trial, Prime Minister Boris Johnson mentioned Tuesday.
Harry Dunn, 19, was killed in August after a automobile allegedly pushed by Anne Sacoolas – the spouse of an American diplomat – struck his bike close to RAF Croughton, a British army base that’s residence to a indicators intelligence station operated by the U.S. Air Pressure.
Johnson’s feedback concerning the case come after the U.Ok. issued an extradition request for Sacoolas on Friday.
“I feel the probabilities of America truly responding by sending Anne Sacoolas to this nation are very low,” Johnson instructed the BBC. “That is not what they do. However we’ll proceed to make each effort that we are able to.”
Sacoolas left the U.Ok. three weeks after the Aug. 27 collision that killed Dunn.
Radd Seiger, a spokesperson for the Dunns, mentioned members of the family are planning to satisfy Johnson within the coming days to debate the matter.
“I have no idea what’s within the prime minister’s thoughts in making these feedback, as a result of the mother and father and I’ve not but had the chance to take a seat down and speak with him however we count on to take action throughout the subsequent few days,” Seiger instructed the BBC. “If he’s basing these feedback…