BEIRUT — Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has answered hundreds of questions by French investigators around the earlier week in Beirut and was “happy and satisfied” to have had the prospect to describe himself around accusations of economical misconduct, his legal professionals mentioned Friday.
The 4½ days of questioning marked the initially prospect for Ghosn, a French national, to protect himself towards the French allegations — like spending on lavish get-togethers and private planes — considering that his 2018 bombshell arrest in Japan and escape to Lebanon a calendar year afterwards.
On the other hand, as Ghosn was being interrogated outside the house of French soil, it was unclear how he could, if at all, be handed down preliminary charges. His legal professionals mentioned they will now search for the appropriate to ask for witnesses and expert testimony in the French investigation.
Earlier, the auto magnate-turned-fugitive instructed The Linked Press that