Carlos Ghosn escaped Japan ‘hiding in a musical instrument case’

His ‘big adventure’ reportedly involved his wife, a Gregorian band and ex-special services

Carlos Ghosn reportedly fled house arrest in Japan in a musical instrument case, in an audacious Hollywood movie-style escape masterminded by his wife, Carole, with the assistance of a Gregorian music band and a team of ex-special forces officers.

The escape began when the band arrived at his home in Tokyo, where Ghosn has been held under house arrest and strict police surveillance, according to Lebanese TV news channel MTV. At the end of the performance, as the musicians packed up their instruments, Ghosn apparently slipped into one of the larger cases and was taken to a small local airport.

Carlos Ghosn was one of the biggest figures in the global car industry until his arrest for alleged financial misconduct. He forged an alliance between France’s Renault and Japan’s Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors – he was chair of Nissan, chief executive and chairman of Renault and chairman of Mitsubishi.

Selon Al-Joumhouriya, Ghosn est arrivé au Liban hier matin en provenance d'Istanbul grâce à un jet privé.
Les données Flight Radar montrent l'approche d'un jet privé venant d'Istanbul lundi vers 4h16 du matin qui disparaît des écrans juste avant d'atterrir...

Continue reading...