How Carlos Ghosn has said he paid for his escape ? - The Point

The escape of Carlos Ghosn in Japan to Lebanon still has some grey areas. It may be thinned by Michael and Peter Taylor, the two brains of this incredible escap

How Carlos Ghosn has said he paid for his escape ? - The Point

The escape of Carlos Ghosn in Japan to Lebanon still has some grey areas. It may be thinned by Michael and Peter Taylor, the two brains of this incredible escape, which fear of being extradited to Japan. They are accused of having concealed the former captain of industry in a trunk and having to board a private jet in December 2019. The two men wish to cancel their arrest in the United States and obtain their release on bail, but the justice of the united states does not seem willing to release them, particularly in the light of recent revelations about their financial situation.

As reported by the Echo Wednesday, July 8, Michael and Peter Taylor have received payments that could come from Carlos Ghosn. According to a document received by the court of Boston, and communicated by the justice of japan, in 2019, a whopping $ 862 $ 500 has been paid to the company Promote Fox LLC, which is headed by none other than Peter Taylor and one of his brothers. The transfers have been made from a French bank account in two times.

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Two instalments and a risk of information leakage

According to the information reported by the economic daily, a first transaction of 540 000 dollars has been made on the 9 October last year, a little less than three months before the leak of Carlos Ghosn. The second transfer has been recorded on the 25th of October for $ 322 $ 500. According to u.s. prosecutors, these payments constitute "additional evidence" of resources that the two men could use if they decide to evade justice after a potential release on bail and before a possible extradition decision.

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The lawyers of Michael and Peter Taylor have argued that their clients do not pose a risk of leak and believe that it" exists of the conditions in which they can be released ". According to them, the two men, held since their arrest in may, could also be in danger. They are incarcerated in a correctional centre in Massachusetts, in which more than thirty cases of coronavirus have been reported.

Date Of Update: 08 July 2020, 06:33

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