Carole Ghosn claims husband's arrest is a 'conspiracy'
Carole Ghosn, the wife of Carlos Ghosn has told the BBC the arrest of the former Nissan and Renault chairman was a conspiracy. Nissan disputes the claim.
Carole Ghosn, the wife of Carlos Ghosn has told the BBC the arrest of the former Nissan and Renault chairman was a conspiracy. Nissan disputes the claim, arguing there is substantial evidence against him. Carole Ghosn, speaking to the BBC's Michelle Fleury in New York, explained that she is appealing to Donald Trump to apply pressure over her husband's legal battle.
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Pic description: Carlos Ghosn and his wife Carole
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