Japan seeks Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn's wife

Daniel Fowler
January 12, 2020

Ghosn had violated bail terms and fled Japan.

Carole Ghosn, 53, a socialite who was married previously, lived for many years on the Upper East Side where public records indicate she may still own an apartment.

Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan Motor Co head who became an global fugitive after escaping to Lebanon, said he stands ready to help that government with his "expertise".

Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn has vowed to cooperate with Lebanese officials.

Ghosn has said it is rigged and unjust.

These were the details of the news Japan seeks Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn's wife for this day. Japan's courts have a 99.4 per cent conviction rate and Ghosn was resigned to the fact that if he didn't flee, he would likely be convicted and die in Japan.

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He arrived in Lebanon last Monday where he was barred from traveling overseas.

Ghosn also continued to refrain from naming people in the Japanese government whom he thinks were behind his arrest in November 2018.

In a related move, Ghosn's lawyer Francois Zimeray released a statement criticizing earlier remarks by Justice Minister Masako Mori defending Japan's legal system and treatment of the former auto tycoon. Interpol has already issued an arrest warrant for Ghosn.

Mori apologized for the mistake and said she wanted to say that the suspect should "affirm" the innocence, not to prove it.

The move came after Tokyo prosecutors on Tuesday obtained an arrest warrant for Ghosn's wife Carole, 53, on suspicion of perjury during a court appearance a year ago.

The team which had spirited Ghosn outside the country had been making a lot of trips to Japan for scouting the possible routes of escape as per reports.

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