Carlos Ghosn

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Carlos Ghosn

Postby Devlin » Tue Dec 31, 2019 5:42 pm

What a player move. Have the wife hire a bunch of former Georgian S.F. guys to come in as a "band" to play a party at the home you are under house arrest at, sneak out in a music case and fly out of the country to your Villa in Lebanon where they can't extradite you back.

Now he just needs to send the Prosecutor a post card from the beach's of Lebanon, make sure the stamp is one that has his face on it.
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Re: Carlos Ghosn

Postby JohnnyFishfinger » Fri Jan 03, 2020 5:40 pm

Agreed 100%. Super gangster move. Can't wait for him to start spilling the beans.

having said that, I am sure he must be guilty of some of the stuff they are accusing him. can't be who he was and not have it go to your head. at the same time, Japan is hardly the place of good corporate governance.
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Re: Carlos Ghosn

Postby Devlin » Mon Jan 06, 2020 9:03 pm

The Wall Street Journal has been covering this week, a former Green Beret ran the operation. It will make a good book someday.
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Re: Carlos Ghosn

Postby RYP » Tue Jan 07, 2020 11:19 pm

Mike Taylor worked the Dewey gig for David Rohdes. He trained the Maronites for the CIA and did a ton of shady stuff and got caught for some of it.
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