Kelly's case a black eye for Japan's justice system
TOKYO — What do you do when you are a foreigner far from home, stuck in a tiny apartment in Tokyo unable to speak the language, your movements restricted?
If your name is Greg Kelly and you are from Chicago, you watch the Chicago Cubs on the internet every chance you get, followed by the Chicago Bulls in the winter.
Kelly, a lawyer, 64, has been doing this for roughly three years, visited only by his wife Dee, unable to see his grandchildren back in the States.
If the name Greg Kelly sounds familiar, it’s because he was arrested along with Renault/Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn in November 2018 for “Conspiring to under report Carlos Ghosn compensation.”