Former Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Chairman Carlos Ghosn has fled Japan, at which he was awaiting trial following a 2018 arrest on allegations of financial malfeasance.
In a statement, Ghosn confirmed that he was in Lebanon, where he’s a citizen.
Lebanon does not allow its citizens to be extradited, so Ghosn’s trial in Japan is dead.
Ghosn is an auto-industry actor who must have the opportunity to tell his side of the tale in detail — and also rail from the Japanese justice system which detained and imprisoned him for more than a year.
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On Monday, former Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Chairman Carlos Ghosn escaped Japan, where he discharged from prison but awaiting trial on allegations of malfeasance, had been in legal limbo and not able to travel.
A variety of reports indicated that Ghosn had fled Japan through Turkey. His destination was Lebanon, where he lived as a child, has citizenship, also is a business celebrity. See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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