Carlos Ghosn’s legal professionals say a part of French file needs to be ‘null and void’ By Reuters
© Reuters. Jean Yves Le Borgne and Jean Tamalet, lawyers for the fugitive former car manager Carlos Ghosn, leave the Palace of Justice in Beirut, Lebanon, on June 4, 2021. REUTERS / Mohamed Azakir
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Part of the file under review by French investigative judges who questioned fugitive former car manager Carlos Ghosn in Beirut this week should be declared “null and void,” his defense team said Friday.
“We believe that part of the file must be annulled on the basis of an expert’s legal opinion because it is tainted by the mistakes voluntarily committed by the Japanese authorities,” one of his lawyers told reporters after the hearings ended.
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