diplomatic immunity

Harry Dunn described seeing his son for the last time following the crash with an American who later invoked diplomatic immunity and left the U.K.
The president appeared to say he has also driven on the wrong side of the road in a foreign country.
Boris Johnson said Anne Sacoolas’ claim of diplomatic immunity is unjustified and he will personally take action if she doesn't return.
The 19-year-old victim's mother directly appealed to American leadership, saying, "President Trump, we're a family in ruin."
This needs to stop. The government needs to disclose who gets Dominican passports. You cannot run a programme like that, where
"We thought we were going to die in that house and our families would never even find our bodies."
John Kerry had an amazing first year as Secretary of State. I was totally on Team Kerry until he expressed regret over the arrest of an Indian national in the U.S. who is alleged to have mistreated her maid and lied on a U.S. visa application.
Dana Zureikat Daoud, director of the Jordan Information Bureau, told The Huffington Post by email that in "reference to the
Raymond Davis, charged with killing two men in Pakistan, has been confirmed by the U.S. government to be an officer of the CIA. Davis the military contractor is in a weaker position than Davis the officer of the CIA.
Diplomatic immunity is a nice trump card. Apparently, it lets you bypass the common rules of decency, and the airline-smoking ban that went into effect 20 years ago.
De Sousa, 53, was listed as an American diplomat in Milan on Feb. 17, 2003, when U.S. agents snatched an al Qaeda suspect