A U.S. judge released Monday transcripts of guilty pleas from three prominent defendants in the sweeping FIFA corruption investigation who confessed to crimes and agreed to pay $37.5 million in compensation.
A U.S. prosecutor confirmed Friday during a pretrial hearing that former FIFA Vice President Jeffrey Webb was in the U.S. to face charges as part of a massive corruption scandal.
"If I have been in FIFA for 30 years and I have been thiefing all the money, who give me the money?" Jack Warner asked his supporters gathered in Trinidad. After one blurted out, "Blatter!" Warner asked, "And why it is he ain't charged?"