Tokyo prosecutors on Wednesday raided the kitchen of the wife of Carlos Ghosn, Carole Ghosn, who is presumed to have cooked lots of meals for the former Nisson boss turned fugitive.
“We’re looking for any evidence in the oven or refrigerator where Carole would have done most of her work,” a chief investigator told reporters.
Japanese media reports said prosecutors had seized pots and pans to track down how she had helped her husband escape.
NHK reported that Ghosn “did not buy an ekiben when catching the shinkansen to Shin-Osaka, we repeat Carlos Ghosn did not buy an ekiben when catching the shinkansen to Shin-Osaka”.
Japanese citizens have reacted to Ghosn’s escape with anger with rumours now circulating that he didn’t take his shoes off before entering the box.
Footage of Ghosn eating while walking to Shinagawa station has also further angered locals, according to the unofficial leader of all gaijin Jake Adelstein.
In other news, Mitsubishi executives and Japanese ministry officials are still waiting to be arrested for falsifying data on shipments and using retired and dead people to meet disabled quotas.
Former TEPCO executives who directly oversaw the meltdown of the three Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors are also waiting to be arrested for received data that anticipated a tsunami of more than 10 metres in height that could cause a power outage and other serious consequences.