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      10-13-2019, 10:01 AM   #19
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From the Oxford English Dictionary:

egregious
/ɪˈɡriːdʒəs/
adjective

1.
outstandingly bad; shocking.....
2.
ARCHAIC
remarkably good.
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Without evidence of some egregious act, this is a textbook case for NOT waiving diplomatic immunity. Sorry.
I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you were using the second definition....weren't you?

Why do you apologise?
Thank you for sharing the definition of egregious. I'm clearly using the first example here.

I simply don't find a car accident "outstandingly bad." Accidents happen. I'm not sure I think even a Brit should be prosecuted in this instance. It sounds like a simple accident. Unless we learn the driver purposefully targeted the motorcyclist this is definitely not a case where diplomatic immunity should be waved.

I apologize because it's an unfortunate incident. Nobody is happy this happened.
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