Harry Dunn’s alleged killer Anne Sacoolas is reportedly prepared to discuss the likelihood of a virtual trial within the UK.
Sources shut to the 43-year-old advised the Press Association (PA) that regardless of the legal professional basic’s workplace contemplating conducting a trial remotely, she had not but been approached concerning the matter.
PA stated it understood Mrs Sacoolas wished to converse with UK authorities to discover a path ahead.
Boris Johnson had stated he would “support anything” that will get justice for the 19-year-old motorcyclist after he was requested concerning the prospect of a virtual trial.
Mr Dunn, 19, was hit outdoors RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire in August 2019 by Sacoolas, who had simply left the US intelligence base the place her husband labored.
But she later claimed diplomatic immunity and returned to the US.
Asked if he would help a virtual trial, the prime minister stated: “There is the authorized risk that you just point out.
“I think the best thing that I can say is, I will support anything that helps to bring justice for Harry Dunn and brings some sort of closure for his family because they have suffered for a long time.”
Sacoolas was charged with inflicting Harry’s demise by harmful driving in December however the UK’s extradition request was rejected by the US.
Mr Dunn’s mom, Charlotte Charles, welcomed Mr Johnson’s remarks.
“The last year has been a year in which we’ve really struggled, we wouldn’t wish anything we’ve been through on our worst enemy… it’s taken every ounce of energy we can muster to get through every hour of every day to this point,” she stated.