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THE wife of a US spy involved in a fatal collision that killed British teenager Harry Dunn could be handed an Interpol red notice, meaning that she risks arrest if she ever leaves the US.
Anne Sacoolas, 42, was wrongly granted diplomatic immunity after the crash in Northamptonshire on August 27 when she hit 19-year-old Mr Dunn’s motorcycle.
It is understood Ms Sacoolas was driving on the wrong side of the road.
She was “spirited out” of Britain on a military aircraft three weeks after the incident and Mr Dunn’s family have been told by US national security adviser Robert O’Brien that she will not be returning to face justice.
Mr O’Brien instead tried to orchestrate a meeting between the teenager’s parents, Ms Sacoolas and President Trump at the White House, to be followed by a photo opportunity where he hoped the parties would embrace.
But O’Brien was branded a “nincompoop in a hurry” with “ice” in his veins after the Dunn family refused to meet Ms Sacoolas at the White House.
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