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U.N. Panel Rebukes Japanese Prosecutors in Handling of Ghosn Case


Japan’s detention of Carlos Ghosn for more than four months with limited access to legal counsel was arbitrary and violated the former automobile titan’s human rights, a United Nations panel concluded in a rebuke of Japanese prosecutors involved in the case.

Mr. Ghosn was arrested in Japan in November 2018 on suspicion of financial crimes while he was chairman of Nissan Motor Co., then rearrested three more times and held in prison under repeated questioning by prosecutors until April 2019, with a one-month break between the…



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