Males charged within the Ghosn escape plan are calling on the US State Division to cease extradition
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – An American father and son accused of helping former Nissan (OTC 🙂 Motor Co Ltd chairman Carlos Ghosn escape while awaiting trial for financial misconduct told U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken asked to stop her upcoming extradition to Japan.
On Saturday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied an urgency motion by attorneys to U.S. Special Forces veteran Michael Taylor and his son Peter Taylor to put a lower court order on hold that paved the way for their extradition.
A letter from Taylors’ attorneys to Blinken dated February 3 to Blinken stated: “We don’t believe there is any good reason to surrender these two American citizens.”
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