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Posted in: Prosecutors appeal verdict in ex-Nissan executive Kelly's trial See in context

The prosecutors have been led down the yellow brick road by Harry Nada and Toshaki Onuma - they have egg on their faces and still want to chase Kelly? Unbelievable. If they really want to prosecute they should look at Nissan executives and directors. They could do with some small cell treatment. Corrupt.

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Posted in: Kelly back home See in context

Kelly should sue the hell out of Nissan, Hari Nada, Saikawa and the others who fixed him up.

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Posted in: Alleged stock manipulation at SMBC Nikko involved several sections See in context

Some arrests....if I were the foreigners I’d get ready for some jail time.

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Posted in: Toyota subsidiary Hino admits use of fraudulent emissions data See in context

Errr...this is double standards. This company lied for years, executives probably knew and no one arrested, interviewed or jailed. How much will this cost?

I’ll bet other Japanese automakers have been doing similar. Based on reported facts I would not be driving a Hino or Mitsubishi or Nissan because you just don’t know what underlying issues exist.

I can’t understand what is going on in Japan at the moment - is lying acceptable?

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly gets suspended sentence; judge slams Ghosn See in context

A show trial. Shows foreigners can be set up in Japan and there is no justice. Nissan board should resign for allowing this and destroying the brand.

Hari Nada and Ohnuma should be arrested and tried separately - clear that they lied or misled (or covered up other things) and engineered a sting.

The Prosecutors look like bafoons who have been played by Nissan execs.

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Posted in: Ex-Ghosn aide Kelly confident of being acquitted on Thursday See in context

His tormentors and the motley bunch led by Hari Nada should face trial in Japan for entrapment, misleading the prosecutors, wasting public resources and perverting justice. I understand that chief informants, Nada and Ohnuma, are still employed by Nissan! What a sham! This is something that the Ministry of Justice, TSE and Renault as majority shareholder should commission an investigation on to see how a select few maliciously damaged a listed company. Unless this is done Japan’s reputation is in tatters.

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