The former world number one automotive group now lives together with his wife, Carole, in a house protected by bodyguards. "In Japan" - notes the French newspaper - Ghosn lived in a house in the neighborhood of Hiroo, in central Tokyo. The surveillance was not tight even though it was insured by the police, from the office of the prosecutors, and in private title by Nissan". According to 'Le Monde' Ghosn "would have fled from that house to reach an airport discreet of the archipelago where waiting for a private plane leaving for Turkey." The former world number one automotive group "would be entered in Lebanon with a simple identity card" having also the lebanese citizenship.
According to the French newspaper "the escape would have been combined by Carole Ghosn, who was with her husband in the private aircraft that has arrived in Beirut. It is also likely that Carole Ghosn, who has, in their personal capacity, of important financial means, has organized this 'evasion', with its half-siblings who have excellent relations in Turkey".
The December 31, Carlos Ghosn has officially confirmed his presence in Beirut. "Now I'm in Lebanon and I will not be held hostage by a judicial system part, such as japan, where it assumes the guilt, there's the discrimination and are denied their basic human rights".
The japanese media talk about "shock" after the escape of Carlos Ghosn from Japan and a great embarrassment for the Country and for its security system. The exponent of the radical democratic party Masahisa Sato, in a tweet, stressed that "the sovereignty of the japanese has been violated": "this is a big problem that Japan has easily allowed her escape illegal".
The lawyer of a japanese Ghosn, Junichiro Hironaka, said he had met his client on the day of Christmas but explained that it had not been informed of the intentions of his client. "It was like a bolt from the blue. We are surprised and perplexed", said broadcaster Nhk, Hironaka who added that she still believes his client is "innocent" even if you have defined the escape of Ghosn "unjustifiable".
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