In their indictment of last September 29, the Tokyo prosecutors asked for a prison sentence of 2 years. They were not followed by the judges who pronounced a much lighter Continue Reading
October – December 2021: Carlos Ghosn releases his book in Japan and gives a lecture to the international press club in Japan
On the occasion of the release of his book “Broken Alliances” in Japan, Carlos Ghosn gave a series of interviews to the Japanese press. Two years after his arrest, this Continue Reading
The book Le temps de la vérité co-authored with Philippe Riès, is available in English version since 21 september, 2021 under the name Broken Alliances: Inside the Rise and Fall of a global automotive Empire
Following a competition presentation at the Sheffield Film Festival on June 9th, the documentary “The Last Flight” has had its world premiere on BBC 4 on 14 July 2021.
With the interrogation by French judges in Lebanon, lawyers for Carlos Ghosn (Maitres ABOU-JAOUDE, LE BORGNE et TAMALET) declared …
The trial of Greg Kelly in Japan, took a new turn on May 12th 2021 : for the first time, Greg Kelly took the stand (former Nissan Director, also arrested on 19 November 2018)
Bloomberg continued its investigation and collected, for the first time, the testimony of Nissan’s former Global General Counsel Ravinder Passi. Retaliation, demotions and surveillance of his family after doubts were raised about the integrity of the investigation that led to the removal of Carlos Ghosn in 2018.
At the beginning of March 2021, Carole and Carlos Ghosn published their book “Ensemble, toujours” (Together, forever) at Editions de l’Observatoire.
Eager to share their suffering and to show how their couple went through the ordeal of this ordeal, the two spouses recount, notably through the letters they exchanged, how they coped with the ban on seeing each other.
Statement from Carlos Ghosn’s defense team about the postponement of hearings by French judges in Beyrouth.
One after Beirut’s press conference, Carlos Ghosn talks about his life in Lebanon with the Yomiuri Shimbun.
Discussing his current life in Beirut, the former boss of Renault-Nissan details what he faced regarding the Japanese hostage justice system.