THE mother of tragic Harry Dunn wants to meet her following a High Court ruling that his alleged killer has diplomatic immunity.

Charlotte Charles has already lodged an appeal against the verdict and is vowing to go all the way to the Supreme Court to get the decision overturned.

Harry, 19, died when a car driven by American Anne Sacoolas collided with his motorbike near RAF Croughton, Northamptonshire, in August last year.

Sacoolas later returned to the US, claiming her job gave her diplomatic immunity.

Mum of tragic Harry Dunn wants Boris Johnson to meet her following court blow
Harry’s mother says she’s not giving up and wants to meet the PM
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Charlotte said: “We still haven’t been able to meet the Prime Minister.

“We’ve asked him on no end of occasions to meet with us, but because he refuses, we’ve never been able to ask him questions directly and get an honest answer.”

“Boris just will not meet us. It’s bizarre. We’ve met President Trump half-way around the world, but we still haven’t met our own Prime Minister who is an hour up the road. It makes no sense to me,” she added.

Harry, 19, died when a car driven by Sacoolas collided with his motorbike near RAF Croughton, Northamptonshire, in August last year.

Sacoolas later returned to the US, claiming her job gave her diplomatic immunity.

She was charged in December with causing death by dangerous driving and an Interpol red notice was circulated worldwide, but an extradition request submitted by the Home Office was refused by the US.

Mum of tragic Harry Dunn wants Boris Johnson to meet her following court blow
Anne Sacoolas, the American diplomat’s wife
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The family’s spokesman Radd Seiger has already spoken to officials from the US Embassy in London and the foreign office since Monday’s high court verdict.

He said: “The world, and the majority of Americans themselves, are looking on at the US Government’s conduct and scratching its head.

“So much good could come from the reversal of this decision and we will look forward to engaging with both British and American officials as soon as the time is right to bring this most unfortunate and unhappy of sagas to a conclusion as swiftly as possible.

“We know they feel terrible about it and accept that the problem is never going to go away. It doesn’t need to be the damaging battle it has become.”

Radd added: “The family have always said that they will be more than happy to sit with Mrs Sacoolas, but that must be here in the UK after she has been through the judicial process.

“We think a restorative justice meeting at the conclusion of the trial will benefit both family’s enormously and would go some way towards preserving their mental health which has always been a vitally important part of the campaign.”

Charlotte added: “We’re not interested in what the punishment will be. It’s just about someone facing up to their actions.

“I pin my hopes on being able to live again, rather than just exist, on one day knowing we’ve got justice. Not having it torments me.

“For the sake of myself and all of our family we need to get justice and be able to rebuild. We’ve been put through hell.”

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