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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Turkish jet worker aided Ghosn escape under 'threats to family'

Former Nissan chairman to face Lebanese prosecutors 'as early as Monday'

Carlos Ghosn faces charges of financial misconduct in Japan.    © Reuters

BEIRUT -- A manager at private jet company MNG Jet reportedly admitted he took part in the escape of former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn from Japan, telling the court that an acquaintance in Beirut had forced him to participate by threatening his wife and children.

The manager said he did not know the passenger was Ghosn, Turkish media reported Saturday.

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