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High court denies accused Ghosn smugglers' bid to stay in US

23 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

BOSTON - The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Saturday for the extradition of an American father and son wanted by Japan - but currently held in Massachusetts - in the escape of former Nissan Motor Co. boss Carlos Ghosn.
Justice Stephen Breyer denied a bid to put the extradition on hold to give Michael and Peter Taylor time to pursue an appeal in their case challenging the U.S. officials' plans to hand them over to Japan.
Michael Taylor, a U.S. Army Special Forces veteran, and his son are accused of helping Ghosn, who led the Japanese automaker for two decades, flee the country last year...
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