Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Take a look at whats clicking on FoxBusiness.com.WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday cleared the method for the extradition to Japan of an American daddy and son accused of helping previous Nissan Motor Co Ltd Chairman Carlos Ghosn leave that country while awaiting trial on monetary misbehavior charges.In a brief order, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer rejected an emergency situation demand by legal representatives for U.S. Army Special Forces experienced Michael Taylor and his child, Peter Taylor, to postpone a lower court order that cleared the way for them to be extradited.The Taylors legal representatives in a late Thursday filing restated arguments that their customers might not be prosecuted in Japan for assisting someone “bail dive” which, if extradited, they dealt with the possibility of relentless interrogations and torture.Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer denied an emergency request by attorneys for U.S. Army Special Forces experienced Michael Taylor and his son, Peter Taylor, to put on hold a lower court order that cleared the method for them to be extradited. (DHA through AP)CARLOS GHOSNS ACCUSED ESCAPE PLOTTERS DENIED EXTRADITION APPEALLawyers for the Taylors and the Justice Department did not immediately comment on Saturday. The Japanese Embassy in Washington did not right away react to a request for comment.A federal appeals court in Boston had decreased on Thursday to issue an order preventing the Taylors extradition while they appealed lower-court judgments. The U.S. State Department approved their extradition in October.”The really least the U.S. courts owe the petitioners is a complete opportunity to prosecute these concerns, including exercising their appellate rights, before they are consigned to the fate that awaits them at the hands of the Japanese government,” defense legal representatives wrote.Carlos Ghosn, previous ceo of Nissan Motor Co., rejects misbehavior. (Tamara Abdul Hadi/Bloomberg via Getty Images)GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HERE The Taylors were detained in May at Japans request after being charged with helping Ghosn get away Japan on Dec. 29, 2019, concealed in a box and on a personal jet before reaching his youth home, Lebanon, which has no extradition treaty with Japan.Ghosn was waiting for trial on charges that he had actually taken part in financial misdeed, including by downplaying his compensation in Nissans monetary statements. Ghosn rejects wrongdoing.Prosecutors said the elder Taylor, a 60-year-old private security expert, and Peter Taylor, 27, received $1.3 million for their services.