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An official for the Tokyo prosecutors’ office told reporters on Thursday that authorities feared Ghosn would destroy evidence. The official declined to comment when asked about the confiscation of Ghosn’s wife’s possessions. More than a dozen officials from the prosecutor’s office had visited Ghosn’s residence early on Thursday and asked him to submit to questioning, broadcaster NHK said. By late morning, Japanese media said he had been taken back to the detention center where he spent 108 days after being first arrested in November tourbillon cufflinks.

Nissan said it could not comment on judicial decisions. Ghosn faces charges of financial misconduct and aggravated breach of trust over allegedly failing to report around $82 million in salary and temporarily transferring personal financial losses onto Nissan’s books during the financial crisis. Released on $9 million bail on March 6, the executive says he is the victim of a boardroom coup tourbillon cufflinks. Under Japanese law, prosecutors will be able to hold him for up to 22 days without charge. The fresh arrest opens up the possibility that he will be interrogated again without his lawyer present, as is the norm in Japan..

Such procedures have focused much attention in the West on Japan’s judicial system, which critics sometimes refer to as “hostage justice”, because defendants who deny their charges are often not granted bail. “It’s uncommon for someone to be re-arrested a month after being granted bail. In most cases, re-arrest would occur immediately following bail,” said Nobuo Gohara, a lawyer who heads Gohara Compliance and Law Office, which is not involved in the Ghosn case tourbillon cufflinks.