Carlos Ghosn talks about a “conspiracy” .. and what Nissan did

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branch During an interview with Reuters "Frankly, I was shocked to arrest me, and the first thing I asked for was whether to check April Be aware of this so you can send an attorney to me".

He continued: "The next day, 24 hours later, he visited me The French ambassador and he told me: "Nissan turns on you. Then I realized that the whole thing was a conspiracy".

The former CEO of Nissan said, Hioto Saikawa, Who was forced to resign last year after admitting to receiving excess pay in violation of internal regulations, during a press conference shortly after the arrest of Ghosn that Ghosn was using the company’s money for personal purposes and he reported less than realistic income for years.

Ghosn stated: "When (the French ambassador) told me that two or three hours after you were arrested, Saikawa appeared at a press conference and gave his bad speech. I said, my God, this is a conspiracy".

Ghosn, 65, fled last month from Japan, As he was awaiting trial on charges of reporting less income than he was gettingDishonesty The embezzlement of the company’s funds, charges that Ghosn denies.

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He added branch During an interview with Reuters, “Frankly, I was shocked to arrest me, and the first thing I asked about was making sure whether April Be aware of this so you can send a lawyer to me. “

He continued: “The next day, 24 hours later, he visited me The French ambassador And he told me, “Nissan turns against you. Then I realized that the whole thing was a conspiracy.”

The former CEO of Nissan said, Hioto Saikawa, Who was forced to resign last year after admitting to receiving excess pay in violation of internal regulations, during a press conference shortly after the arrest of Ghosn that Ghosn was using the company’s money for personal purposes and he reported less than realistic income for years.

Ghosn mentioned: “When (the French ambassador) told me that two or three hours after your arrest, Saikawa appeared at a press conference and gave his bad speech. I said oh my God, this is a conspiracy.”

Ghosn, 65, fled last month from Japan, As he was awaiting trial on charges of reporting less income than he was gettingDishonesty The embezzlement of the company’s funds, charges that Ghosn denies.



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