Harry Dunn protestors demonstrate outside US base demanding spy's wife be returned to UK

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Protestors gathered outside a US military base demanding Anne Sacoolas, the woman charged in relation to the death of Harry Dunn, be returned to the UK to face questioning.

Harry, from Banbury, Oxfordshire, was allegedly knocked off his motorbike by Sacoolas, driving her Volvo XC90 on the wrong side of the road, on August 27 last year outside RAF Croughton - where her government official husband was stationed.

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Today's planned demonstration outside the Northamptonshire base - currently used as a United States Air Force communications station - saw attendees, led by Harry's step-brother Ciaran Charles, holding signs demanding 'justice' for the 19-year-old.

Adviser and spokesperson for the family of Harry Dunn, Radd Seiger, said last night that Sacoolas must return to the UK to present her defence in court 'like any of us would have to'.

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He added: 'Diplomat or not, there is no escaping facing the legal system in these circumstances. The US admin must also commit to never doing this again.

'Otherwise, US operated bases in the UK will have to close. Harry Dunn's family and supporters will never accept a situation where Americans can come to our country, kill us, and then just walk away with impunity, which is what we are being asked to do. It is as simple as that.'

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Harry Dunn's family and friends pledged to stage a 'lawful protest' outside RAF Croughton, and in a strongly-worded statement the Dunn family said protests will continue 'until such time as common sense prevails and the US government agrees not to abuse their power again.'

The threat came amid reports of heightening tensions between the US and the UK over moves to return Anne Sacoolas to the UK to face trial for causing death by dangerous driving.

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