Ghosn Gets 2 More Indictments
TOKYO -- Tokyo prosecutors have indicted ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn on two additional charges, further complicating the legal battle facing the jailed auto executive.
The first of the two new indictments alleges that Ghosn temporarily shifted personal securities losses to Nissan, in a special breach of trust case.
As part of the charge, prosecutors also claim Ghosn then arranged for Nissan to pay an associate who helped him with the red ink.
The second of the new indictments is related to an earlier indictment handed down Dec.