"LIVING A REAL NIGHTMARE" After Renault received the tipoff, its own security team, which includes former military police, or gendarmes, launched an internal investigation. French media have reported that Renault also hired a private detective who may have broken the law by tapping the men's phones and hacking their bank accounts. The company has refused to confirm or deny those reports, though Ghosn has said the company's actions during the investigation were "irreproachable with regard ...
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