Wife of Nissan ex-exec Ghosn to be Contested in Tokyo court

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The spouse of Nissan’s former Chairman Carlos Ghosn is going to probably be questioned by prosecutors at a Tokyo court Thursday, following her husband had been taken into custody misconduct allegations.

A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that Carole Ghosn isn’t a suspect and will be questioned willingly with the legal team gift of Ghosn. The person spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the subject.

Carlos Ghosn was arrested in November and charged with falsifying documents and breach of confidence while contributing to the Japanese automaker. The charges allege he had Nissan shoulder investment losses and dubious payments and under-reported his retirement income.

He says he’s innocent. Last week he had been released on bond last month but rearrested.

Prosecutors say that the allegations which were the basis of the arrest are different from the others, while giving not details. The detention has been accepted through Sunday but can be extended.

Carole Ghosn wrote to Human Rights Watch, criticizing Japan’s criminal justice system as harsh and unfair Before this season.


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