Marc Tixador said "wounded by the attitude of Renault" towards her. He, who worked in recent years to the fight against fraud at Renault alongside Dominique Gevrey, the man suspected of organizing the fake spy case, believes it has "always been loyal" to his employer and his regrets appointment for an interview prior to his dismissal on April 6.
The two men were among those who investigated the first on the case of industrial espionage that has turned into a nightmare for Renault, which led to the dismissal of three executives. But in the columns of the Paris-Today in France, Marc Tixador tries to stand out from Dominique Gevrey today jailed since March 13.
"I never doubted his source"
In this case, Gevrey Dominique had a source."He seemed normal, good professional, he does not reveal the name of his informant," said Marc Tixador, which grants have never doubted the source. This source has identified "several accounts regularly, with new feed, new front companies, new beneficiaries". Marc said Tixador checking as much as possible, and there was lorsqu'anomalies Dominique Gevrey "brought responses.
Marc Tixador claims to have thought up "very late" in the spy case. Only when the police while in custody, told him that the source of the Dominica Gevrey was "bogus" and that accounts for the foreigners did not exist, he has done . It is then dropped from the top: "I had no reason to distrust him. He was hard working, enthusiastic, good living.We got along very well, "he recounts, while working every day with him for five years.
The biggest secret claimed by Carlos Ghosn
However in December, Marc Tixador says he reminded his superiors that the elements which fight against fraud had no "were the result of intelligence work, it was not evidence and that better to grasp the DCRI (Central Directorate of Internal Intelligence, Ed). I have not heard. "Indeed, yesterday, L'Express put online on its website a sound document dating from February, which shows that the group was not at all sure of the veracity of the physical evidence led to the false espionage affair while in late January, Carlos Ghosn made a televised speech to say that the evidence was "multiple" guaranteed pay day loans.
According to Marc Tixador, CEO of Renault, Carlos Ghosn, has been informed of the case in November, when the source said the CEO of Nissan (Japan subsidiary of the group), Toshiyushi Shiga, had a suspicious account abroad. Therefore, Carlos Ghosn would have demanded the utmost secrecy surrounding the case."He had to talk to anyone," says Marc Tixador, and "when the officers of the DCRI were responsible for investigating, we were instructed not to tell them about this part of Japan."
Pelata is warranted, the CGT shocked
Act quickly "to the risk of injustice." This is the justification given by Patrick Pelata, Renault's number two, in a message posted on the company intranet. The company "has neither the means nor the justice of the police, but must protect itself when the risk is high. At the risk of injustice, "he writes.
"The risk was very big for Renault if the case were true, (…) and we act on the basis of information that we could not overlap," says Mr. Pelata."We were so confident in our director of security service without knowing that he had inadequately verified what he told his interviewer."
The CGT has made it public and denounced an argument "unacceptable." "You do not say anything but the business is outside the law and it may itself make his own justice. This is extremely serious and sadly indicative of your business idea, "replies Mr. Pelata the first union of the manufacturer.
Patrick Pelata acknowledged that with this pseudo spy case, "the Renault staff, especially in France and in engineering, is shaken." It is committed to "improving managerial practices.
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