You may be watching much Hollywood. Young lad, dead, because of🤦♂️shouldn't of been let out the country. Parent's in bit's - ever lost a sibling Duce? Well? Have you! Or you ran out of tears for the wicked?
Hells-Caretaker shows ignorance of my earlier threads and posts condemning Anne Sacoolas and the US government.
Hells-Caretaker also shows abysmal reading comprehension by apparently jumping
to the conclusion that what I wrote in this thread was any approval of her decision to flee to the USA.
Hells-Caretaker also shows his ignorance of recent facts in this case.
These facts have been presented by other media sources long *before* this cited article:
"According to a transcript of the proceedings, during questioning on February 3,
Judge Ellis asked about McGavin's clients' work at the time of the crash:
"Are you saying Mr. AND Mrs. Sacoolas were employed by an intelligence agency
of the United States and that's why she left?"
McGavin replied: "I think that was a significant factor, certainly, especially for Mr. Sacoolas."
Later in the hearing Ellis continued: "And what did Mrs. Sacoolas do for the
department or agency of the United States for which she was then employed?
McGavin answered: "Your Honor, I do not have details of what her specific roles or
duties were. I do not know that." Judge Ellis continued: "Are you suggesting that's
a matter of security, as well?" McGavin replied, "That is what I have been led to
believe, Your Honor, but I do not want to overstate that." "
"According to court papers filed in London related to Anne Sacoolas' claim of diplomatic
immunity, the US and UK governments made a secret agreement in the mid-1990s
that American intelligence officers posted to RAF Croughton would not be able to
claim diplomatic immunity for any criminal incidents that occur outside the US base.
However, the deal didn't apply to the wives and children of the Americans deployed
to England, who would still be eligible for such immunity. If it had been known in
the days after the crash that Anne Sacoolas was employed by the US State Department,
she may not as easily have been able to claim the diplomatic immunity of a spouse."