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U.S. vows to rid FIFA soccer organization of corruption

The Justice Department, FBI and IRS described soccer’s governing body in terms normally reserved for organized crime families and drug cartels, saying that top officials treated FIFA business decisions as chits to be traded for personal wealth. One soccer official took in more than $10 million in bribes, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.

U.S. vows to rid FIFA soccer organization of corruption

The Justice Department, FBI and IRS described soccer’s governing body in terms normally reserved for organized crime families and drug cartels, saying that top officials treated FIFA business decisions as chits to be traded for personal wealth. One soccer official took in more than $10 million in bribes, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.

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