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Entrepreneur 'Prince of Green Juice' found guilty of tax evasion

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He deserved time behind bars, and he should have been charged with breaking the public trust, like some other guy that is in the news recently.

His looks and flamboyant nature made him a ton of money, and made him popular with the people that he targeted with his product!

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What is wrong with flamboyant looks ?

Yubaru ..White shirt, boring tie ,black pants ,black socks and boring shoes ?

Probably.

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Waaahhh! He didn't pay the gubmint its slave taxes! Throw him in jail!

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YubaruToday 07:19 am JSTHe deserved time behind bars, and he should have been charged with breaking the public trust, like some other guy that is in the news recently.

His looks and flamboyant nature made him a ton of money, and made him popular with the people that he targeted with his product!

A tax evader is breaking the law and it applies to everyone.

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Aojiru was called wheatgrass (juice) in California 30 years ago. Was that just a local thing or has anyone else heard it called that?

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So I take it going by the sentence 'rate' applied, Ghosn will be up for approx. 100 years sentence but suspended for 200 years?

How does that even work? Suspended for double the actual sentence?

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He won't see one day behind bars. This sentence is Japan INCs way of saying "stand down sheep".

He has a lot of potential to make a lot more money outside of jail and give it to the Government.

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He won't see one day behind bars.

Japan - land of under reporting income / tax evasion.

IMHO, if a celebrity like this can get off with a suspended sentence, I can only think the court is setting a fine example for all other tax evaders as well.

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