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Carlos Ghosn’s son paid ex-Green Beret $600,000 for Hollywood-style escape plan | Forbes
Ghosn deemed Japan’s government as being too rigged and a threat to his personal safety. He escaped the country with a master plan using a former Green Beret and his son. Michael Taylor is a former Special Forces member and was the man responsible, and during his time as a Green Beret he focused on security and risk assessment. He was payed over $600,000 by Ghosn to help in his great escapee.