Hiroyuki vs. Holliemon: “You can get away with it” and “The penalty is very serious” – Out-of-court battle over Big Motor’s “Future Prediction | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Hiroyuki vs. Holliemon: “You can get away with it” and “The penalty is very serious” – Out-of-court battle over Big Motor’s “Future Prediction

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In the past, Hiroyuki (left) was such a “comrade” that he even accompanied Takafumi Horie (right) when he was imprisoned. ……

Big Motor”, a major used car company, has been the subject of daily reports of not only the “padding of insurance claims” issue, but also the suspicion of spraying herbicide on roadside trees, power harassment line, and other such unbelievable stories.

Former president Hiroyuki Kaneshige and former vice president Koichi Kaneshige, the eldest son of the founding family, resigned, but all shares of Big Motor are still held by the parent company, Big Asset. It is fair to say that the father and son still control all of Big Motor.

Former president Kaneshige said at the press conference,

“I swear to Heaven, Earth, and God, I didn’t know.

I didn’t know it was this bad. Even an elementary school student could understand this.

He also stated that his subordinates had done everything on their own.

What is of concern here is the future of Big Motor.

Many people would like to see the managers punished severely, but Hiroyuki Nishimura, a.k.a. “Hiroyuki,” said in a YouTube video on July 28, “They can get away with it.

I think they can get away with it.

In a YouTube video on July 28, Hiroyuki Nishimura, a.k.a. “Hiroyuki,” predicted, “I can get away with it.

It’s a black company, but it’s not against the law, and the founder of the company can probably get away with it. After all, it’s not a publicly traded company, so it’s not like they’re going to get a judgment from some other party that they have to pay damages for the profits they’ve made so far.

“We can’t make a huge profit like we did in the past, but the profits we have made up to now will be preserved as assets without any problems. The situation in Japan is that you win as long as you do it,” he said.

He also expressed his opinion that “weed killers on roadside trees are a good way to get rid of them.

The herbicide sprayed on street trees will probably cost hundreds of thousands of yen in damages, so it’s better to spray herbicides.

He also spoke from his own point of view.

On the other hand, Takafumi Horie, a.k.a. “Holiemon,” Hiroyuki’s “nemesis,” expressed a completely opposite view on his YouTube channel on March 25.

Takafumi Horie, a.k.a. “Takafumi Horie,” a.k.a. “There is no way that a senior executive could fail to see the fraud being committed by more than 100 people. It is the same as when I was caught in the Livedoor case. Even if you say, ‘My subordinate did it on his own,’ or ‘I don’t know,’ the prosecutor’s office won’t listen to that kind of thing.

If it was a fraud case, it would be a huge fraud, so I think the penalty would be extremely severe.

He explained based on his own experience. He continued on the 27th as the second installment of the series.

There are suspicions that he may have been working with an insurance company to increase the amount of the loan, so this is a case that is making the FSA very angry and pent-up. Naturally, the banks were also pressured and told, “Let’s lend money to Big Motor. I suspect that the banks are being pressured and told, “Let’s lend money to Big Motor, and you’ll get into big trouble.

“If it becomes this big a deal, the investigative authorities will have no choice but to act.

He predicted, “Hiroyuki, you have to be very careful about your premise.

Hiroyuki’s basic premise seems to be that there is no violation of the law. The focus will be on whether it will really be accepted that “the employees on site did it on their own” and the management did not know that they were scratching the car or slashing tires to raise insurance money. However, if no charges are filed, the prosecutors and the FSA will lose all credibility. ……

Big Motor may face civil and criminal charges in the future. Who’s prediction will come true, Hiroyuki or Holliemon? The off-the-cuff battle between the two will also be interesting to watch.

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