Former Nissan Motor Co. director Greg Kelly left Japan on Monday, days after receiving a suspended sentence for helping Carlos Ghosn underreport compensation, and more than three years since being arrested in one of the most dramatic corporate takedowns of the past decade.
Kelly, 65, and his wife, Dee, flew to the U.S. from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, where they were seen off by Rahm Emanuel, the U.S. Ambassador to Japan. Last Thursday, Kelly was found guilty by a panel of three judges at the Tokyo District Court of aiding Ghosn in 2017, but was cleared of charges of involvement for prior years.
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