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Nissan shareholder proposes $13M bounty for Ghosn's return to Japan
Ghosn needs ‘to look over his shoulder’: Judge Andrew Napolitano
Fox News senior legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano says former chairman and CEO of Renault Carlos Ghosn will most likely stay in Lebanon and spend a lot of money to protect himself.
Like an overworked sheriff in the Wild West, a judge seeking a fugitive who skipped on their bond or Darth Vader looking for his son, one Nissan shareholder has proposed turning to a bounty hunter in order to bring former Chairman Carlos Ghosn to face justice in Japan.
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Ghosn fled from Japan to Lebanon in late December as he faced financial misconduct charges. Nissan’s leadership said the ex-chairman cost the company the equivalent of $318 million and filed a lawsuit in Japan against him this month, seeking to recoup $90 million in damages.