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In Cap And Mask, Ghosn Leaves Jail On Bail

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According to Reuters- Ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn walked out of a Tokyo prison on a $9 million bail on Wednesday, slipping past reporters in a face mask and moving closer to mounting a defense against financial misconduct charges that he has called “meritless”. Ghosn, among the world’s most prominent auto executives whose dramatic rescue of Nissan two decades ago made him a celebrity in the industry and in Japan, was barely recognizable as he left Tokyo Detention House. He had been detained for more than 100 days in a small cell with no heating.

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