Anne Sacoolas, who is hiding on a base in America, has met with investigators from Northamptonshire in the US who have submitted a file to the Crown Prosecution Service
The woman of the American spy who was accused of taking down and killing Harry Dunn while driving on the wrong side of the road was interviewed by British police who flew across the Atlantic to interrogate her, was revealed today.
Anne Sacoolas, who is hiding on a base in America, has met with investigators from Northamptonshire who have transferred a file to the Crown Prosecution Service.
It is believed that Sacoolas was on the wrong side of the road when she hit 27-year-old Mr. Dunn & # 39; s motorcycle outside RAF Croughton on August 27.
The 42-year-old, a woman from an American diplomat, received diplomatic immunity after the case, which has since been challenged by lawyers acting on behalf of the teen's family.
Chief Inspector Sarah Johnson said, "We can confirm that we have completed an interview with the suspect in connection with the death of Harry Dunn, the details of which will be provided to the CPS for consideration alongside the rest of the evidence file already submitted."
Radd Seiger, the spokesperson for the Dunn family, criticized the Northamptonshire police and told MailOnline: & # 39; We received an email informing us that an interested person had been interviewed and that details of this would be passed on to the CPS.
& # 39; This email is about as useful as chocolate teapot. It gives us no clarity, no timeline of where we are going or confirms that Anne Sacoolas has been interviewed. It gives us more questions than answers.
"In all my years as a lawyer, I have never seen a family treated so badly by the police …"
It came when Harry Dunn's parents demanded that their local police chief resigned immediately after he made their decision to sue Donald Trump and Anne Sacoolas & # 39; sad and predictable & # 39; called.
Nick Adderley, police officer from Northamptonshire, made the comment in a tweet that was removed on Monday and now apologized as his words & # 39; wrong or misinterpreted & # 39; goods.
Northamptonshire police commissioner Nick Adderley made the fire-dangerous remark in a tweet that was removed Monday – Harry Dunn & # 39; s parents Charlotte and Tim want him to resign
Mr. Adderley then tweeted: & # 39; How sad and predictable & # 39; responded to a breaking news alert announcing the lawsuit before it was removed within ten minutes
The force of Mr. Adderley is responsible for the British investigation into Harry & # 39; s death on August 27, in which Sacoolas is said to have knocked him down on the wrong side of the road.
The crash was outside the American spy base where her husband worked in Britain – but the family fled to America and demanded diplomatic immunity before the Northamptonshire police could arrest her.
Harry & # 39; s parents Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn have to sue Sacoolas in US courts for killing him and Donald Trump's administration for an attempt to hide it.
Mr. Adderley then tweeted: & # 39; How sad and predictable & # 39; responded to a news item announcing the lawsuit before it was removed.
Harry & # 39; s robbed parents have demanded that the police commander subtract.
They said: & # 39; We couldn't quite believe our eyes when we saw it. It is completely outrageous and absurd for him to take sides and it is now clear that he is against us. We are so mad at him.
& # 39; He cannot continue his work and we call on him to resign immediately for the benefit of our cause and for those in Northamptonshire who should be able to rely on their police chief for impartiality and fairness.
& # 39; We have said several times that we feel totally unsupported by the Northants police and have not been kept informed of the progress of the case in accordance with our rights under the victims' code. & # 39;
Family spokesperson Radd Seiger, who maintains contact with attorneys in New York, added: & # 39; With this tweet, Mr. Adderley has shown an astonishing degree of unprofessionalism, so that he no longer enforces the family's trust.
& # 39; This is just the drop that broke the camel's back, just as it is due to obvious misconduct and / or incompetence in handling this investigation and not supporting their serious breaches of the victims' code by the family or keep them informed. It is with a heavy heart that the family of Harry Dunn believes that Mr. Adderley should now do the honorable thing and resign & # 39 ;.
Harry Dunn, 19, who died after his motorcycle was involved in a crash on August 27. The American Anne Sacoolas is named as the driver but fled and demanded diplomatic immunity
Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn are about to start proceedings in America and will claim damages after 19-year-old Harry was shot down and killed by the wife of the American spy while on the wrong side of the road in Great Britain Britain drove.
Harry & # 39; s family said their son & # 39; would not be happy & # 39; if they & # 39; just gave up & # 39; and are determined to continue to fight
Mr. Adderley said the tweet, which was online for ten minutes, was misinterpreted and intended to be sympathetic.
He told Sky News in a statement: "The tweet was in reference to the deep grief over the loss of Harry Dunn, that the family spokesperson has been absolutely clear about the next steps in fighting for justice for Harry and that the only story of justice that they believe they now have available for them through the American civil justice system.
"I deleted it for the purpose of rewriting with more context, but was called away to tackle something else.
"I did not mean offense with my tweet and apologize if it has been misinterpreted or misinterpreted in any way."
The former couple met Mr Trump two weeks ago at the White House, where he held Mrs. Charles' hand and promised a resolution.
But their spokesperson Radd Seiger says they have heard nothing from the US president and will sue because Sacoolas has not been sent back to Britain.
He told MailOnline: we are looking at a substantial compensation that will be close to millions of dollars. Bearing in mind that millions of dollars are paid as compensation in the US if you get a cup of coffee distributed over you, what price for the death of a son?
Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn (pictured left and right with spokesperson for the Radd Seiger family) have announced legal action against their son's alleged murderer and the White House of Trump
Trump met Harry Dunn & # 39; s parents, Charlotte Charles (front photo) and Tim Dunn (in upper left glasses), pictured here speaking outside the White House on October 15
The case against the Trump administration revolves around their handling of events following the death of Harry, which Dunn's American lawyers claim was a violation of diplomatic immunity laws and a subsequent cover.
Mr. Seiger said: “Our American lawyers and the Dunn family believe that we have a very strong case on both fronts. We are determined to find out what happened and to get justice for Harry and his family & # 39 ;.
Harry, 19, was killed when his motorcycle collided in August with a car driven by Anne Sacoolas outside of RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire.
Mrs. Sacoolas, whose husband worked on the American basis, used his diplomatic immunity to return to the US without taking legal action.
Harry & # 39; s parents have accused the FCO & # 39; illegal & # 39; to act by allowing Mrs Sacoolas to leave Great Britain.
They said their son & # 39; would not be happy & # 39; if they & # 39; just gave up & # 39; and are determined to continue to fight.
It is understood that the Dunn family chose human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson, who previously defended boxer Mike Tyson and former Brazilian president Lula da Silva, to join their legal team.
Mrs. Charles and Mr. Dunn also slammed the decision of the Northamptonshire Police to send officers to interview Mrs. Sacoolas in America.
They say they are referring the incident to the Independent Office for Police Conduct watchdog.
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