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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Ghosn shows 'no signs of whining' and smiles while reading letter

Greg Kelly, arrested at same time, has told lawyer he needs medical attention

Tokyo Detention House
Carlos Ghosn and Greg Kelly could remain at the Tokyo Detention House, in Katsushika Ward, until Dec. 30. (Photo by Maho Obata)

TOKYO -- Former Nissan Motor chief Carlos Ghosn remains bullish and is showing no signs of buckling despite his prolonged detention, people familiar with his situation said on Wednesday. The former Nissan CEO was initially arrested on Nov. 19.

Greg Kelly, a former Nissan representative officer who was arrested with Ghosn, has been complaining about ailments and a neck ache, the sources said. Kelly, who has received a new pillow, is calling for medical treatment via his lawyer.

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