Fugitive American wife Anne Sacoolas who is wanted over the death of Harry Dunn was a CIA spy

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The American woman accused of killing Harry Dunn was a CIA agent, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Fugitive mother-of-three Anne Sacoolas, who fled Britain after crashing into the teenager’s motorbike outside an air base last August, is understood to have served as a senior spy.

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British Ministers and officials are aware of Mrs Sacoolas’s career in espionage, but she was not declared as an agent when she came to the UK alongside her intelligence officer husband Jonathan.

Harry’s mother Charlotte Charles said that, following our revelation, ‘things are now beginning to fall into place’ as to why the US government was blocking her extradition to face justice.

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Mrs Sacoolas’s right-hand drive Volvo is alleged to have been on the wrong side of the road when it collided with Mr Dunn last summer.

Mystery still surrounds the exact circumstances of how the Sacoolas family were able to flee in the days after the crash, but the US government claim they notified the Foreign Office that they were leaving.

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Mrs Sacoolas has been charged over the fatal accident outside RAF Croughton and has apologised for 19-year-old Harry’s death, but is refusing to return to Britain.

However Harry’s family claimed there had been a ‘cover up’ and have vowed to keep fighting to bring her back to Britain.

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Multiple sources in both Washington and London have confirmed Mrs Sacoolas’s CIA background, but the American government insist she was not spying on Britain.

One government source even claimed Mrs Sacoolas had been ‘more senior than her husband’ in the US intelligence community.

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Ms Charles told The Mail on Sunday last night: ‘Things are now beginning to fall into place. In our deepest, darkest hour, we could not understand how anybody could just get on a plane after such a catastrophic crash and leave a devastated family behind.

‘We have also found it impossible to...
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