Two people arrested in the United States suspected of involvement in the escape of Carlos Ghosn

Two Americans in the United States who were suspected of assisting Carlos Ghosn were arrested in a flight from Japan in December, and they are due to appear before a judge on Wednesday afternoon, according to a judicial source.

Michael Taylor, 59, a former member of the US Special Forces working in the field of private security, and his son Peter Taylor, 26, face two arrest warrants in Japan, who are due to appear via video at 19:30 GMT before a federal judge. In Massachusetts.

Federal prosecutors have estimated in court documents that there is a "high risk of their escape" and should remain in custody pending an extradition request to Japan.

Peter Taylor was arrested in Boston, preparing to go to Lebanon, where the former director of the Renault-Nissan alliance had taken refuge, and there was no wanted delivery treaty between Lebanon and Japan.

Japan accuses the two men, along with a Lebanese man named George Antoine Al-Zayek, of helping Ghosn escape justice and leave the country on the evening of December 29.

Ghaden faces charges of financial embezzlement, and he left prison on bail before he fled.

According to US judicial documents, it appears that the three men helped Ghad disguise himself inside a large black box, similar to a box of musical instruments, and then put him in a private plane, and the search was not obligatory at that time for this type of instrument.


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