Carlos Ghosn flees Japan’s ‘rigged’ justice system ‘by hiding in musical instrument case’

Carlos Ghosn has fled heavily guarded house arrest in Japan during a dramatic escape in which he is believed to have been smuggled out inside a case for a musical instrument.

The ousted Renault and Nissan boss reportedly organised a concert at his Tokyo property to dodge detectives who had been watching him for nine months, before making his way to Lebanon via two private jets.

It means the 65-year-old will now avoid a blockbuster criminal trial for corruption which had been due to start in April – and makes him the most high-profile white collar fugitive in global history.

In a statement issued after he arrived in Lebanese capital Beirut, Mr Ghosn attacked the Japanese justice system, claimed…

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