Carlos Ghosn reportedly flees house arrest in Tokyo for Lebanon

Carlos Ghosn reportedly flees house arrest in Tokyo for Lebanon

Former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, who is awaiting trial in Japan on charges of fraud, has reportedly left the country and appeared in Lebanon. Whether Ghosn has struck a deal with prosecutors or fled is unknown. The businessman holds French and Lebanese passports. Ghosn was arrested over allegations of financial misconduct in 2018 and faces several charges.

Tom A
Tom A
Wholly
Wholly 2 months

Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.

Paul C
Paul C 2 months

Being a criminal on the run in Beirut versus being incarcerated in Japan? That's a tough one, but personally would probably go with Japan.

Grand Ol Propaganda
Grand Ol Propaganda 2 months

This guy didn't even use a passport. When you are a rich thief, you're above the law! Just look at the Whitehouse....

Oliver Biscuit
Oliver Biscuit 2 months

Hunt him down, drag him back to Japan or kill him where he stands. So sick of hearing about wealthy people doing whatever they want with impunity.

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