A Japanese lawyer for Carlos Ghosn said on Saturday that he felt first “betrayed»By his client’s flight to Lebanon, before understanding his gesture, provoked according to him by the extreme severity of the Japanese judicial system.
“At first I was gripped with strong anger. I felt betrayedTakashi Takano wrote on his blog, claiming he had known nothing about his client’s plans to flee. “But anger gave way to something else when I remembered how he was treated by the country’s justice system“, he added.
“I can easily imagine that if other people with financial means, relationships and the ability to act had the same experience, they would do the same thing or at least consider it“, He continued.