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Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (). HARRY DUNN’S parents urged Boris Johnson to “Get Justice Done” after the woman suspected of killing their son in a hit-and-run crash was seen driving again. Charlotte Charles, 44, and Tim Dunn, 50, demanded action from the PM as Anne Sacoolas was pictured behind the wheel in the US, leaving them “distraught”. Harry was 19 years old when Mrs Sacoolas, 42, allegedly pulled out on the wrong side of the road and collided with his motorbike outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on August 27. Mrs Sacoolas the wife of a US technical intelligence officer, claimed diplomatic immunity and was able to return to America. It sparked a huge diplomatic row as Harry’s parents demanded to know how she was allowed to leave the UK. And they ramped up pressure on Mr Johnson to act after he won Thursday’s general election. PARENTS URGE PM TO ACT Family spokesperson and lawyer Radd Steiger said: “We want to be at the very top of the Prime Minister’s in-tray and we hope that he will help us get justice done with the same amount of energy and passion he has shown in his messages about getting Brexit done. “There is not a single person in the UK or in other parts of the world for that matter who do not see this as a massive miscarriage of justice and want to see the natural processes of law applied to Mrs Sacoolas as they would to anyone else in the same situation.” Yesterday, Mrs Sacoolas refused to answer questions as she was filmed by ITV News reversing out of a driveway before pulling away. Harry’s mother, Ms Charles, was left in tears after viewing the footage. She told ITV: “(I’m) distraught to be honest. “She’s clearly just going about her normal day, driving and taking the kids to school. “She looks well, she looks calm, the house is all decorated with Christmas stuff – candy canes on the driveway, lights around the tree. “She’s just going about doing whatever she would usually do as though nothing’s ever happened. “Her life looks so normal and she’s completely wrecked ours.” Harry’s parents have said they will drop their demand for Mrs Sacoolas to be brought back to the UK to face justice. But they are in the US hoping to use a legal precedent which is more than 240 years old to try to sue Mrs Sacoolas. They are also pursuing legal action against the US government and will meet Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and their MP Andrea Leadsom next week. A police file is with the Crown Prosecution Service awaiting a decision on a possible charge over Harry’s death.