I am always hopeful that the perv royal will be questioned by the feds and if he leaves his own country, there is a slight chance it will happen.
What won’t happen is him being shipped to the US, no matter how much noise there is.
It definitely wouldn’t happen while the wife of the consular officer who fled, remains in the US.
Anne Sacoolas wife of US diplomat Jonathan Sacoolas
U.S. Won’t Hand Over American Diplomat’s Wife Wanted In Fatal U.K. Car Crash
The State Department has rejected a request from London to hand over a U.S. diplomat’s wife who fled the U.K. last year after she was involved in a head-on car crash that killed a young British man.
According to local police, Anne Sacoolas was driving on the wrong side of the road when she hit 19-year-old Harry Dunn, riding a motorbike, on Aug. 27 in Northamptonshire, in central England.
A State Department spokesperson, who called it a “tragic” accident, said Sacoolas had “immunity from criminal jurisdiction.”
“If the United States were to grant the U.K.’s extradition request, it would render the invocation of diplomatic immunity a practical nullity and would set an extraordinarily troubling precedent,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
“The United States has a history of close law enforcement cooperation with the United Kingdom, and we value that relationship,” the statement said. “The United States government again expresses its sincere condolences and sympathy to the Dunn family for the loss of their son.”
On Friday, Dominic Raab, Britain’s foreign secretary, said he had spoken by phone with U.S. Ambassador Woody Johnson, to express his government’s “disappointment about this decision.”
“We feel this amounts to a denial of justice, and we believe Anne Sacoolas should return to the U.K.,” Raab said. “We are now urgently considering our options.” – Source
Jeffrey Epstein: US prosecutors ‘officially request Prince Andrew be made available for questioning’
US prosecutors have officially requested that Prince Andrew be made available for questioning as a witness in an inquiry into the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, according to reports.
The Department of Justice is understood to have filed a mutual legal assistance (MLA) request to the Home Office, according to reports by The Sun as well as US broadcasters.
An MLA is a method of seeking assistance from another state in an investigation or prosecution of criminal offences.
The request comes after Prince Andrew said last year that he would be “willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations, if required”.
However, Geoffrey Berman, who is leading the Epstein probe, told reporters in March that the Duke of York was not willing to cooperate voluntarily with the investigation.
Mr Berman said: “Contrary to Prince Andrew’s very public offer to co-operate with our investigation into Epstein’s co-conspirators, an offer that was conveyed via press release, Prince Andrew has now completely shut the door on voluntary co-operation and our office is considering its options.”
The duke was a friend of the disgraced financier and stayed at several of his residences, including the American’s mansion in New York.
Prince Andrew has insisted that he did not witness or suspect any wrongdoing from Epstein, who killed himself in prison while waiting to be tried on sex trafficking charges. – Source