This Tuesday, Greg Kelly, the former right-hand man of Carlos Ghosn at Nissan, will be 64 years old.
That same day, at 10:30 am, he will enter room 104 of the Tokyo court for a trial at the end of which he risks ten years in prison.
The American is the main accused in a case in which he was initially only a supporting role.
But Carlos Ghosn fled.
Despite its representations to Interpol, Japan will probably never judge him.
From the Ghosn case, therefore, the Japanese justice system only has this trial.
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It will be a river trial: 76 bi-weekly hearing days, public and with translation into English, are scheduled until next July.
The verdict is expected between fall 2021 and spring 2022.
In this slow-motion show jumping, Greg Kelly is accused, as well as his former employer Nissan, of having conspired to conceal for nearly a decade 9 billion yen (71.6 million euros) of remuneration to be paid to Carlos Ghosn after
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