Men who aided in escape of ex-Nissan CEO request bail


Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Hassink said the Taylors continue to be a flight risk based on their actions in the Ghosn’s case have shown a complete disregard for the law.

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They’re accused of “entering Japan with the sole purpose of helping a multimillionaire accused of financial crimes, Carlos Ghosn, escape from prosecution,” Hassink said. “Their efforts required months of planning, millions of dollars and it garnered worldwide attention. Despite these facts, the Taylors ask this court to trust them.”


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