The 19-year-old briton Harry Dunn was earlier in the year killed in a traffic accident, where an american diplomat's wife brought the vehicle.
Now diplomatfruen, Anne Sacoolas, officially accused in the case, which has sown the violent discord between the UNITED states and the united kingdom.
the 42-year-old Anne Sacoolas drove namely, in the opposite lane, when she in august hit Harry Dunn in an accident that claimed the lives of the young motorcyclist's life.
The subsequent investigation struck quickly fixed that Anne Sacoolas led the vehicle - it displays the images from the site.
Why did the british police also quickly grab diplomatfruen, who assured the authorities that she did not intend to leave the Uk, so that the case could go on.
a Few days later, Anne was Sacoolas however, with the help of the u.s. embassy and under the cover of diplomatic immunity flown to the UNITED states.
the Case has since gained much media attention. And Harry dunn's parents have been very vocal in their criticism of americans ' behavior.
"We are disgusted and outraged. How can she be packaged into on the way. I am angry that someone can do such a thing and then rise on a plane and travel," said Harry dunn's father, Tim Dunn, earlier to Sky News.
the Case has since made its way to the upper echelons in both the british and american governments.
the Desire is that Anne Sacoolas immunity to be lifted so she can be prosecuted in the Uk for trafikdrabet, which took place in Northamptonshire.
And the hope was Harry dunn's parents also aroused when, in October was invited to The White House in Washington, where an officer should look more closely at their case.
But then it developed into a real farce, when Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn, Harry dunn's parents are called, instead, was caught off guard by president Trump, as desired, that the pair were going to 'cuddle out of the problems' with Anne Sacoolas, which was in an adjoining room.
instead decided the parents to leave The White House after a meeting with president Trump.
And in a subsequent interview with The Guardian described the experience as an 'ambush'.
"I will not directly call it a circus. But we were certainly not ready for this meeting," said Charlotte Charles at the time.
With today's indictment of Anne Sacoolas it is also clear that from the Uk side want to get diplomatfruen handed over to the prosecution.
The process must commence now, and, therefore, it is not yet clear whether it will be a success, which will require, to Anne Sacoolas' diplomatic immunity be waived.
But for the family Dunn is today's accusation is a success in itself.
"We hoped. We have done it. We have the accusation. It is amazing. Now it doesn't matter what happens," said Tim Dunn for Sky News.Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 23:00