Men who helped Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee Japan admit their role

Michael and Peter Taylor tell Tokyo court of their part in spiriting away executive in musical instrument case

Two Americans charged with helping former Nissan chair Carlos Ghosn flee Japan while he was facing accusations of financial misconduct have told a court that they took part in a scheme for him to escape the country.

Statements by Michael Taylor and his son, Peter, on the opening day of their trial in Tokyo suggested the pair don’t plan to fight charges of assisting a criminal, which carry a possible penalty of up to three years in prison.

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