1. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlotte Charles, mother of Harry Dunn:
"We shouldn't have gone through this. We shouldn't be suffering like this. It should have been an open and shut case. The evidence is extremely clear, what happened. We've been told that there is CCTV evidence showing her leaving RAF grounds and on the wrong side of the road and that CCTV follows her all the way down the road on the wrong side of the road and you see Harry's headlight of his motorbike. And then there's a big fireball when this bike went up."
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2. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlotte Charles, mother of Harry Dunn:
"So it should've been a clear cut case it should have been simple. And I promised Harry and we promised Harry as a family when we lost him that night, when we were talking to him in the hospital and we'd lost him already that we would make sure justice was done. We thought it would be an easy one an easy case with all the evidence that the Northamptonshire Police have. But clearly not and that's why we're here."
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3. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlotte Charles, mother of Harry Dunn:
"We just want to know that she's being brought back to the UK. That would be a huge step in the right direction. It's the only right thing to do. It's the only humane thing to do. And we would hope, then, that we can try to start to move forward and the UK justice system do whatever they feel is right, because with it being seven weeks later we're not sure if we can be involved with trying to reduce her sentence which is what we said we would do in the first place. They wanted to pursue her, or charge her, with death by dangerous driving. We spoke to the police right at the beginning. Knowing that she had children we were going to work with them, ask for her sentence to be reduced to death by careless and ask for a suspended, so that we didn't take her away from her children, although she's robbed us of one of ours. It was an unintentional, it was an accident. We understand that. But seven weeks on? And we've had to do this to get an apology. Just in writing. It's just wrong."