The billionaire, folded in three deaths, flew to Istanbul in a cello case.
The head of the Renault-Mitsubishi-Nissan alliance, Carlos Ghosn, who recently escaped from house arrest in Japan, where he is accused of financial fraud, told the media that his escape was similar to the footage from the film “Mission Impossible”. The escape was carefully planned by American mercenaries – Michael Taylor and George Seek, former special forces soldiers and well-known personalities in the world of private security services.
Despite the round-the-clock surveillance of Carlos Ghosn’s home and limited communication with the outside world, the military was able to take the businessman from Tokyo to Osaka. Under the guise of members of the band, the mercenaries carried Carlos aboard a private Turkish plane in a large case for musical instruments. Further from Istanbul, Carlos Ghosn was transported to Lebanon, of which he is a citizen. The whole operation was kept in the strictest secret – even Gon’s personal lawyers did not know about his flight. It is not clear how the businessman was able to enter Beirut without his documents – all his passports were confiscated and kept with Carlos’s lawyer. Perhaps the mercenaries took care not only of transporting the millionaire but also about the new passport.
According to media estimates, the escape cost at least $15 million and the participation of American mercenaries Carlos was not limited. Seven people have already been detained in Istanbul alone on suspicion of aiding and abetting. One of the employees of the private Turkish airline MNG Jet admitted to falsifying the documents of passengers of the private jet Bombardier Challenger, onboard which Carlos flew.