America could extradite Harry Dunn’s alleged killer Anne Sacoolas in a tit-for-tat diplomatic deal if Prince Andrew were to cross the Atlantic to be quizzd by the FBI about Jeffrey Epstein, a lawyer for the billionaire financier’s victims suggested today. The Duke of York looked serious as he left his Windsor home in his green Bentley this morning as his failure to speak to the US agents emerged and was branded ‘outrageous’ and ‘unacceptable’ by those allegedly abused by his friend Epstein. Lisa Bloom, an aggressive California-based lawyer who famously represented Harvey Weinstein and now represents five of Epstein’s alleged victims, today suggested that US secretary of state Mike Pompeo should reconsider his decision to reject Anne Sacoolas’ extradition to Britain. She has suggested that America’s hardline stance will hamper future ‘cooperation’ across the Atlantic in the future – including on Andrew – because so many believe Sacoolas should face justice for knocking down and killing Harry in a car accident last year. After speaking to the BBC today and urging Andrew to ‘do the right thing’ and meet the FBI, Ms Bloom tweeted: ‘I understand diplomatic immunity but this is not a good look. An American, Anne Sacoolas, will not return to the… Read full this story
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