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FIFA corruption investigation details rate cards for bribery
FIFA corruption investigation details rate cards for bribery

The Justice Department on Wednesday unsealed its 165-page indictment alleging widespread corruption of top officials in FIFA, soccer's world governing body. The case offers tantalizing allegations of what amounts to the current bribery rates for preferential treatment in international soccer. Here are a few examples: --In 2004, FIFA's executive committee voted to award the 2010 World Cup to South Africa. Jack Warner, who was charged in the indictment, was then a member of the FIFA executive committee and head of CONCACAF. Before the vote, FIFA also was considering World Cup bids from Morocco and Egypt. "While in Morocco during the 2004 trip, a representative of the...

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