Harry Dunn’s of us were invited to a gathering on the White Condo following the diplomatic immunity row titillating the suspect in a atomize the put their teenage son died.
Anne Sacoolas, 42, left the UK appropriate days after the atomize which killed the 19-year-old motorcyclist.
She has equipped to meet Mr Dunn’s of us, however they issue she must promise to return to Britain first.
Mr Dunn, 19, died shut to RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on 27 August.
Family spokesman Radd Seiger tweeted: “The White Condo grasp appropriate invited #HarryDunn’s of us and I to a gathering this afternoon. Having a seek forward to getting further answers as we look #JusticeforHarry.”
Earlier, Mr Seiger acknowledged the family’s lawyers, Mark Stephens and Geoffrey Robertson QC, were ready to commence a beefy investigation into the role the Foreign places and Commonwealth Residing of enterprise (FCO) conducted in the dedication to grant immunity to Mrs Sacoolas.
On Monday, Harry’s of us Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn, gave interviews on US TV after flying to Contemporary York in a enlighten to publicise their case.
They hope media publicity will place strain on the US executive to power Mrs Sacoolas to return to the UK.
Over the weekend, Mrs Sacoolas – who is reportedly married to a US intelligence legitimate who became as soon as stationed at RAF Croughton – broke her silence over Mr Dunn’s death in a letter by her lawyers.
In it she acknowledged she wished to meet his of us “so that she will grunt her deepest sympathies and apologies for this tragic accident”.
Mrs Sacoolas became as soon as acknowledged to be lined by diplomatic immunity because the spouse of a US intelligence legitimate, despite the truth that that safety is now in dispute.
On Saturday, Foreign places Secretary Dominic Raab wrote to Mr Dunn’s family to present that the British and US governments now judicious Mrs Sacoolas’s immunity irrelevant.
He acknowledged the matter became as soon as now “in the palms” of Northamptonshire Police and the Crown Prosecution Service.