The evidence against two alleged helpers in the case of the spectacular escape of the Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn from Japan are condensed. A few weeks prior to his Settling in Lebanon Ghosn have paid almost $ 900,000 to the company, one of the alleged escape, informed the Prosecutor's office of the United States on Wednesday. The prosecutors submitted to the court two documents about transactions in October in the amount of $ 540,000 and 322.500 dollars from a Bank in Paris to Promote Fox. The company is listed on Peter Taylor and his brother.
Peter Taylor and his father, Michael, are accused in connection with Ghosns escape of the aid and requested to be released from detention on bail. "There is no flight risk and there are undoubtedly conditions under which they can be released," said the lawyers of the Taylor's with reference to rising Coronavirus cases in the prison. The father-son Team fears that an extradition to Japan. The Prosecutor argued, however, that the payment Ghosns sufficient financial resources would be available, which could well allow you to Settle abroad.
The American authorities arrested the Taylors in may on a warrant out of Japan, because this Ghosn, allegedly, at the time of his escape on 29. December of last year, Lebanon would have helped. Ghosn wanted to avoid a trial for tax evasion and embezzlement in the Japanese Renault Partner Nissan. Lebanon has no extradition Treaty with Japan.Updated Date: 08 July 2020, 02:19