Ann Sacoolas: CIA Officer who ran down British Teen and Fled Country Wanted by Interpol – “Red list”



BBC: The suspect in the crash which killed Harry Dunn is “wanted internationally” after an Interpol notice.

Mr Dunn 19, died after a crash in Northamptonshire in August and US national Anne Sacoolas is suspected of causing his death by dangerous driving.

A Home Office extradition request was rejected by the US in January.

In an email from police to Mr Dunn’s parents the force said “the wanted circulations should be enacted” should Mrs Sacoolas leave the US.

Reacting to the news Mr Dunn’s mother Charlotte Charles said: “It’s been a terrible time for us. We are utterly bereft and heartbroken and miss our Harry every minute of every single day.”

She said the latest development was “important news” and the family were “in pieces”.

“I just want to urge Mrs Sacoolas to come back to the UK and do the right thing,” she said.

“Face justice and maybe then our two families can come together after the tragedy and build a bridge.”

Motorcyclist Mr Dunn died in a crash with a car near US military base RAF Croughton on 27 August.

Mrs Sacoolas, the wife of a US intelligence official, claimed diplomatic immunity and returned home.

The 42-year-old was charged with causing death by dangerous driving in December, but an extradition request was rejected.

An Interpol Red Notice – a request to law enforcement worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action – has now been issued.

On its website, Interpol states a red notice “is an international wanted persons notice, but it is not an arrest warrant”.


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  1. About 12 years ago, the American FDA had a herbalist who was curing too many cancer patients, Greg Caton, on its hitlist, and got him put on Interpol’s “most wanted list” (alongside terrorists & mass murders). Being the “exceptional” country, the FDA then arranged for an FBI goon squad to illegally go into Ecuador and literally kidnap Greg Caton back to the United States to face FDA “justice”.

    Maybe the UK should take a page out of the “exceptional” country’s playbook.
    Just sayin’…

  2. Several criminal offences, driving without care and attention, causing death by dangerous driving and leaving the site of an accident. Fleeing the country might be a civil or criminal offence, I don’t know, but she certainly didn’t have diplomatic immunity but it suited TPTB to let her go without having to disclose that she and her husband were ‘spies’ in tabloid speak.

    Had she stayed to face the music the whole thing might not have got more than a few comments in the local news and with a decent lawyer she would probably have got off with a heavy fine, a driving ban and possibly a suspended sentence. Instead she bolted for Heathrow.

  3. She didn’t “run him down” as per the headline. He was on his motorbike driving on the correct side of the road. He went round a corner and she was on his side of the road and drove head on straight into him. The poor guy never stood a chance.

    She was on the correct side of the road had she been at home in the US. Unfortunately for Dunn and his family she was on a rural road in England just outside the gates of RAF Croughton, the major US intelligence base north of Oxford. A road that I have driven down dozens of times.

    At least once since then a US person has done the same thing but without accident.

    • Not an isolated incident, it has happened my times- US personnel driving on the wrong side of the road, but usually, it only causes near-accidents. US personnel committing crimes in Britain are almost never prosecuted, most infamously the Soham murders case where two little girls were found, raped and murdered right next to the fence around Lakenheath airbase. Ian Huntley was convicted, but it is almost certain that one or more US servicemen were the real culprits.

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