Ghosn can't escape the fact that he is now a fugitive. Stuck in one country, unable to ever reclaim his status in the corporate sphere, his actions have condemned his image and reputation to one as an overly entitled man, obsessed with material worth, with about the same legitimacy to freedom as a South American drug lord. He has never understood what he did wrong, which was to ignore his governance responsibilities as a CEO of a Japanese corporation, he thinks money should grant him greater leniency under the law, and and he thinks a legal system that did not grant him leniency because of his position and wealth to be unjust.
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