India, Dec. 21 -- Japanese prosecutors re-arrested former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn over fresh allegations on Friday, apparently dashing his hopes of early release in the latest twist to a rollercoaster saga. The case of the once-revered 64-year-old tycoon has gripped Japan since he was arrested as he stepped off his private jet at Tokyo's Haneda Airport on November 19. He had appeared set for release Friday after a court surprisingly rejected the prosecutors' demand to extend his detention for further questioning. But instead of being granted bail, Ghosn was arrested Friday on suspicion of a separate issue of financial wrongdoing, involving the transfer of 1.85 billion yen ($16.6 million) in losses from a swap contract from his own asset ma...