Carlos Ghosn wrote on Twitter that he will "tell the truth" at a news conference next week, amid reports that Japanese prosecutors may level fresh charges against the ousted chairman of Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi.
The move gives the embattled former chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance better leverage to prepare a defense for trial.
As the former Renault-Nissan chairman awaits a ruling on his third bail request, his defense team spins a conspiracy plot. In addition, Ghosn's lawyers have submitted a dossier to the United Nations' human rights office
To hear Ghosn's lead lawyer tell it, the ousted Nissan chairman -- even after two months in a Tokyo jail cell -- is calm, cool and laser-focused on the task of proving his innocence in court.