Sacoolas killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn after her car crashed head-on with his motorcycle, as she was driving on the wrong side of the road when the accident occurred in August last year.
The United States national responsible for the tragic death of British young man Harry Dunn has been exposed as an agent of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), according to a Sunday report by Sky News.
The revelation essentially confirmed that Anne Sacoolas, responsible for the death of young Northamptonshire motorcyclist Dunn in a car accident has a CIA "record."
Following the revelation, a spokesman for the Dunn family has called for a public inquiry as continuing concerted efforts to seek justice for their son have been consistently frustrated by the British government.
Harry's mother, Charlotte Charles, told the Guardian that the family is "furious" after learning the truth about Sacoolas.
"How could the British government do this to us? We've set out to build relationships with the government despite the terrible way they treated us... But today I am angry and my family is full of anger," Harry's mother said.
Sacoolas killed 19-year-old Dunn after her car crashed head-on with his motorcycle, as she was driving on the wrong side of the road when the accident occurred in August last year.
Despite facing an investigation by local police, the woman claimed diplomatic immunity and fled the U.K. quickly, allegedly aided by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
The fugitive had previously been identified as the wife of a U.S. intelligence officer stationed at RAF Croughton where the fatal accident occurred, and in October 2019, it was revealed that she had a previous conviction for careless driving in the U.S.
The claim that Sacoolas herself is a member of the CIA is likely to aggravate the situation and intensify calls for her to return to Britain to face justice.
The crime of which she is accused of, causing death by reckless driving, could carry a prison sentence of up to 14 years. However, the U.S. government has been firm in refusing her extradition back to the U.K.