Friday, May 29, 2015

Ex-Vice President of FIFA left custody in ambulance

The former Vice President of FIFA, Jack Warner, who was among the detainees in the corruption scandal exploded around the world football Central, left the prison in Trinidad and Tobago in an ambulance. More information on Warner complained of exhaustion.
After a short break, Jack Warner commented: "If I stole money from FIFA, who for 30 years has given me the money? How come he has not been charged? Why only people from third world countries have been charged?`
Now Jack Warner is free on bail of 395 million dollars and must appear in court in July.
The FIFA Congress continues today in Zurich at 10.30 hrs CET. The focus is the choice of the President of the international football Headquarters Office.

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