Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn's incognito emergence Wednesday from a Tokyo jail launches a barrage of speculation and amusement from the media and the public his motive for donning a cap, surgical mask and construction worker outfit upon his release.  On Friday, the confused Japanese public got an answer.
Takashi Takano, one of Ghosn's attorneys, wrote Ghosn's well-being, but it failed.
Observers were shocked when he came out of the Tokyo Detention House alongside a phalanx of guards as well as other men's caps, surgical masks and Construction worker outfits.
Takano said the legal team's first task after securing Ghosn's bail was to bring him to his residence without any delay so that he could be reunited with his family and some sense of normalcy, under the strict conditions [1
Takano apologizes to his friends who undertook the initiative for causing trouble and regretted that his "premature plan has tarnished (Ghosn's) reputation that he has built through his life."  Keiko Ishikawa, a crisis communications consultant, echoed the lawyer, saying that the legal team's effort is backfired.
"I think the tragedy was that the lawyer's desire to protect him as if he might be hiding something," he says
Ghosn would not have accepted the disbelief in the ordinary circumstance, but his judgment may have been clouded and he may have thought that he would be in the best interest to the lawyer's instruction since he was not familiar with Japanese customs , Ishikawa added.
Some critics on social media have said that, if he's really innocent, he / she did not have to disguise himself and should have emerged from the center proudly.  Ghosn is accused of falsifying his contribution for years. Nissan during the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. He denies wrongdoing and argues the congestion in a Nissan to block his plan to merge with the carmaker Renault, its largest shareholder.
The detention has been met with international criticism. Critics have dubbed the Japanese legal system as one of "hostage justice," in which suspects are detained for long periods in an effort to cope a confession and interrogations are often conducted without an attorney present.
Since Ghosn's release on bail, the Japanese media has been fixed on his failed disguise. He slipped into a silver van with the guards and drove away, with watchers assuming it was one of the staff going home.
Ghosn is now staying at his residence where he stays, effectively under house arrest with limited access to information and people, Takano wrote in his post. The strict bail conditions that Ghosn agreed to – such as camera monitoring and restricted mobile phone and internet access – may have been the deciding factor in his release, legal experts said. Takano worked on it, said Tokyo-based defense lawyer Seihou Chou, who uses Takano's office and outlines his thoughts in a blog post.
Fuji TV re-edits Ghosn's release by bringing in the same type Ghost's resembling Ghosn's. Ghosn taking a walk at a park on Tokyo on Friday, but he did not speak to the media.
Ghosn's legal team has said it would be willing to hold a news conference, but one has not been scheduled yet. Ishikawa speculates that Ghosn may not be in the best condition at this point.
On his blog post, Takano called on the media to respect his privacy.
"Every public figure needs a place for rest where the Person can relieve their exhaustion and spend time with their relatives at ease, "Takano said. "Every private figure has a right to work safely to make a living. Please understand these matters of course. "
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