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Carlos Ghosn’s jail time in Japan called ‘abuse’ of process by UN panel


Carlos Ghosn’s detention for nearly 130 days in a Japanese jail was neither obligatory nor affordable and violated the previous Nissan Motor Co. chairman’s human rights, a UN panel concluded in a harsh critique of Tokyo prosecutors who led the case in opposition to him.

The choice to arrest Ghosn 4 instances in a row in order to increase his detention was “fundamentally unfair,” the UN Human Rights Council’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention stated in a report posted on its web site. The panel stated that it could refer the case to the UN’s rapporteur on torture, merciless and different inhuman or degrading therapy.

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