The documentary by director Gilles Cayatte and journalist Rémy Dessarts on Carlos Ghosn was aired, exclusively on French television, on France 5, on Tuesday 1 September 2020.
Summer 2020 – Defense in France: clarification on hearing process and call into question of the RNVB audit report by Mazars
Contrary to claims in the French press, Carlos Ghosn did not seek to avoid the French justice. Indeed, while it is reported that he refused to appear before a French judge, he stated through his lawyers that because of the Interpol red notice, he could not leave Lebanon.
July 2020: Carlos Ghosn continues to claim his innocence and hopes that the truth will be established
It is during the summer of 2020 that Carlos Ghosn will give two major interviews to continue to claim his innocence. Since the January press conference in Beirut, the media have tried to report on the daily life of Carlos Ghosn who remained silent since the beginning of the year.
In the summer of 2020, Bloomberg reveals after several months of investigation involving Nissan, a series of emails showing that Carlos Ghosn was indeed framed by internal leaders.
The legal battles continue as Carlos Ghosn counterattacks in the Netherlands, Nissan opens a civil case in Japan and Renault files a civil suit in France, where an investigation is underway.
On 8 January, in front of 150 international and world TV journalists, Carlos Ghosn gave a press conference lasting nearly 2.5 hours, answering all the questions journalists asked him. For Continue Reading
02 – 07 January 2020: Nissan and the Japan governement under pressure in the face of the international outcry caused by Carlos Ghosn’s departure
Taken by surprise, the Japanese try to save face and multiply the attacks. Both the government and Nissan. After a search of Carlos Ghosn’s home in Tokyo, rumours are spreading Continue Reading
Taking the world by surprise, Carlos Ghosn issued a statement on 30 December 2019: “I am now in Lebanon and will no longer be held hostage by a rigged Japanese Continue Reading
20 – 30 December 2019: Nissan continues to struggle as more people leave, financial woes abound and in despite new management team
No end to the problems in getting the Alliance back on a solid footing. The Wall Street Journal compiled a factual report on the disastrous financial performances of Renault and Continue Reading
26 November 2019 – 18 December 2019: former CEOs of Nissan and Renault undermine prosecution’s case with revelations and internal documents
In the same week in October, Thierry Bolloré and Hiroto Saikawa were removed from office by Renault and Nissan, respectively, the first, because he was too close to Carlos Ghosn Continue Reading