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Nissan seeks to block Ghosn's access to apartment in Rio

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Rather difficult to enter an apartment in Brazil whilst in detention in Tokyo!

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Nissan have blocked with prosecutors help him going anywhere? Seems a smidge revengeful to start saying the doors are closed on the other side of the world? Nasty and juvenile, he has yet to actually be in court.

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kurisupisuToday  06:48 am JST

Rather difficult to enter an apartment in Brazil whilst in detention in Tokyo!

He could delage a family member or some one with power of attorney to enter and do what he instructs.

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 the property, owned by Nissan

The property is owned by Nissan ,so their rights of access will ultimately superseded Ghosn

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 Ghosn, Kelly and Nissan itself will be indicted as early as Monday.

The house of cards is coming down. Nissan execs will not be spared -except for the few 'whistlers'.

The shareholders are hopping mad at the years of misinformation, exploitation,, abuse of moneys and lies.

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Ghosn. is a Maronite Christian.

They have a long,deep and rich history in Lebanon. I pray that he may rediscover the beauty and power of his Faith heritage - and find the moral fiber within to respond with truthfulness and integrity. '

A lot of scurrilous stuff happened under his watch. '

He was the CEO.

The buck stops there.

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This looks like Nissan is desperately trying to paint themselves as the good guys and Gosn as the evil one. After all these alleged misconducts happened for many years while someone at Nissan was in charge of filing his taxes, doubt he would be able to do it himself even if he wanted to. Now their plan to get rid of Gosn and Kelly for their high salary without severance pay etc, has backfired badly bc shareholders know its not as straight as story.

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Blocking him from his apartment, extending his detention time and all other things just to find SOMETHING or to get a confession out of him? Wow...........

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Serious egg on Nissan's face here. Sounds like Nissan is scared to me.

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Why haven't they interrogated the CFO or the accountants! Meanwhile Huawei's CFO is arrested on Canada and Nissan's CFO is still in his paperpushing job

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What strikes me the most is how buddy buddy Nissan and the prosecutors office seem to be.  Similar agendas perhaps?  It's also interesting how this scandal is not following standard Japanese protocol of deep bow, apologize, and "promise" to do better. 

Oh wait!... there's a gaijin involved.   

Implement standard "Us vs Them" protocol!

Protocol initiated...

S

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After all these alleged misconducts happened for many years while someone at Nissan was in charge of filing his taxes,...............

Nothing to do with his taxes and most certainly "someone at Nissan" would not be dealing with Ghosn's personal taxation.

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semperfi - He could delegate a family member or some one with power of attorney to enter and do what he instructs.

Except for the fact that any communication he has is very strictly monitored and limited, of course. Her is only allowed to talk to his lawyer.

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No sympathy for any of them. It seems the richer you get, the more greedy you get. And if Nissan sinks, then so be it.

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Why haven't they interrogated the CFO or the accountants! 

because Japan, to arrest Japanese is to shame all Japanese and tarnish the image of a self proclaimed "law abiding society"

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Ceeeeez.  this turned nasty quickly.  Looks like they are out to destroy him and his reputation making the liklihood of separation from Renault easier.

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Because he's going to break out, obtain a passport, hop a plane to Rio undetected, break in, and destroy evidence. More clear thinking by the Tokyo Prosecutors' Office.

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@expat, that is exactly what a sneaky foreigner would do, think the prosecution are in fear of what you suggest. It's not like his face is well known? If anything he would break in Nissans head office and open a bottle. Would be funny if an uncharged person was not in permanent custody.

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