Interpol issues wanted notice for wife of US diplomat

12 Mai, 2020, 08:23 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
  • 2019 floral tributes lay on the roadside near RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire central England at the spot where British motorcyclist Harry Dunn was killed as he travelled along the B4031 on Aug. 27

British media are reporting that the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) has issued a wanted notice for a USA woman who is accused of killing a British teenager during a auto crash previous year.

A Red Notice is "a request to law enforcement worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action", according to the government agency headquartered in Austria.

An email sent to 19-year-old Dunn's parents from the Northamptonshire Police, which was seen by the PA news agency, said that 42-year-old Sacoolas is now "wanted internationally" and "should she leave the United States of America the wanted circulations should be enacted". It is an global wanted persons notice, but it is not an arrest warrant.

In this photo taken on October 10, 2019, floral tributes lay on the roadside in Northamptonshire, central England, at the spot where British motorcyclist Harry Dunn was killed as he travelled along the B4031 on August 27.

When asked Monday if Britain pushed for the Interpol notice, a spokesperson for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said only that the British government continues to believe that Sacoolas should return to Britain to face judgment.

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Sacoolas was charged with death by unsafe driving in December, but said through her lawyer that she would "not return voluntarily" to the United Kingdom and referred to the teenager's death as a "terrible but unintentional accident".

"This is important news that (our spokesman) has just passed on to us and we are in pieces".

General Sir Nick Carter penned a letter to Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn promising to raise the matter - saying "I am very supportive of positive engagement between you and the U.S. base commander".

"Red notices would not be served on valid diplomats", Seiger told The Guardian. "It means she would be arrested if she sought to leave the United States". "It is time to do the right thing".

Washington then rejected an extradition request for Sacoolas, sparking public anger in the UK.



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