Given their personal links, Harry Dunn’s mother hopes Biden takes a different stance on the issue.
Given his “very personal connection,” the mother of young biker Harry Dunn believes that US President Barack Obama will take a “different stance” on her son’s situation.
Following his face-to-face meeting with President Barack Obama in Cornwall on Thursday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson claimed Joe Biden is “fully involved” and “very sympathetic” with the situation.
Prior to the G7 conference of world leaders, the US and UK leaders discussed the 19-year-old who was murdered when a car drove into his motorcycle outside a military base in Northamptonshire.
Charlotte Charles, the teen’s mother, told the PA news agency that she was “very grateful” that the issue was high on the priority list, but that her family needed a resolution as soon as possible because they are “suffering tremendously.”
The death, which occurred in August 2019, prompted widespread outrage because Anne Sacoolas was granted diplomatic protection, allowing her to leave the UK nine days after the tragedy.
She was accused with causing Mr Dunn’s death by unsafe driving.
“We are really grateful that Harry’s cause is being taken so seriously as to be raised on the eve of the G7 conference with so many global concerns going on,” Charlotte Charles told PA after the meeting between Mr Biden and the PM.
“Given his profound personal connection to the case and his loss in comparable circumstances, we sincerely hope that President Biden takes a different posture than the previous administration.”
“As a family, we are all suffering greatly and really need a resolution as soon as possible. We are now waiting to hear from the CPS about the next actions they want to take.
Given his profound personal connection to the case, having endured loss in similar circumstances, we sincerely hope that President Biden adopts a different posture than the previous administration.
“We’ve been working extremely hard behind the scenes to engage in communication with as many individuals as possible on both sides of the Atlantic, and we feel that these efforts will aid us in our quest for justice.
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