Then one might consider telling the locals that if they wish to prevent future tragedies, isolating the Americans is not going to help one bit. Living in a foreign country can be difficult enough, but dealing with hostile natives does set a tone that is not good. The less the Americans mix with your folks, the more strained and undesirable the posting can be.Then let's sincerely hope that KSA don't advise that they have immunity and spirit the "filmers" home in the dead of night. That wouldn't be appropriate would it? Would you consider the famies have recieved justice if that were the case?
If not, you can get an appreciation for the depth of feeling here.
I live very close to RAF Fairford. Locals have been very vocal on this subject and visiting aircrew are in no doubt about how the vast majority regard this outcome. Comments to a party of B-52 crew like 'I would drink that in your left hand, that way you can remember which side we drive on' delivered deadpan by the Landlord give you a flavour.
Whether she left on instruction or of her own volition matters not a jot. It is the knowledge that this could happen to anyone of the local residents with zero repurcussions under the law for the perpetrator should the US so insist.
Relations with the base are currently rather frosty and that is how you will see the reaction manifest here in the UK.
If we use the precident where one incident determines public opinion, then you folks would be viewed as dangerous nut jobs who endanger military personal when you decide to let yourselves on military installations and threaten the very safety of all folks on it