Maybe he is but what his politics got to do with the OP? This thread is about a specific incident outside of politics.so you think some of those posting hateful shyte on the internet aren't affiliated with far right politics or groups, that its beyond the bounds of possibility, that's what you are saying?.My point was the poster in question certainly is a far right gormless goon .
A silly point to make and quite baseless, and, frankly a downright nasty and pointless piece of speculation.It would be sad if this was partly about getting the insurance money.
Whats the story if there is no court case, is no blame officially assigned?
Your hero will defend her as he always does with scumbags like himself.The CPS in the UK have formally charged a US national with death by dangerous driving.
The tricky it will be extraditing the suspect from the US.
U.S. suspect charged over death of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn - Independent.ie
If the shoe were on the other foot, there’s no doubt Trump would be shouting for extradition.The US Department of State said the CPS statement was “disappointing and will not bring a resolution closer”. It reiterated that it believed Sacoolas had diplomatic immunity. A department spokesman said: “The use of an extradition treaty to attempt to return the spouse of a former diplomat by force would establish an extraordinarily troubling precedent.”
Sacoolas had been in the UK for only three weeks when the crash occurred. She has been interviewed by British police in the US.
It's academic now. The Americans are not going to extradite her. Still, she'll never be able to safely take a holiday in Europe again, and worse, she will be a prisoner of her own conscience for the rest of her days.'In court papers, the former Foreign Office minister Tony Baldry said the diplomatic immunity deal reached in 1995 was intended specifically to exclude dangerous driving cases, or indeed any actions not related to the work of the staff at the base.
The interpretation of the agreement lies at the heart of the dispute about whether Sacoolas was able to leave the country and avoid prosecution. It is the first time the minister who signed it has set out his views on what he believes the then government meant.
He adds that this limited immunity only applied to the staff at the base and no broader immunity was ever meant to be given to the staff’s family or dependants. This would mean that Sacoolas, whose husband Jonathan worked at RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire, should never have been allowed to leave the country or escape prosecution by police.'
Tony Baldry, who signed immunity deal at RAF Croughton in 1995, says it applied to staff not dependantswww.theguardian.com