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Former FIFA adviser: Sepp Blatter should face criminal probe into TV rights sale

Mon Sep 14 05:50:32 EDT 2015 | Sporting News
Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter should face a criminal investigation over his organization's sale of World Cup TV rights to Jack Warner, FIFA's former anti-corruption adviser said Sunday in Zurich (via the Irish Times). Mark Pieth, who also is a professor of criminal law in Switzerland, told the International Association of Prosecutors in Zurich that there was “prima facie” evidence about the sale — for a fraction of the rights' true worth — that allowed Warner to reap a..

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ZURICH (AP) Former FIFA anti-corruption adviser Mark Pieth says Sepp Blatter should face a criminal investigation for selling under-valued World Cup television rights to Jack Warne..
Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter answers to a press conference during the "Sepp Blatter Tournament" on August 22, 2015 in Ulrichen, Blatter's hometown. When Blatter was elected..
Mark Pieth, a Swiss professor of criminal law, said Blatter is a likely target in a Swiss federal investigation of "criminal mismanagement" at FIFA. "Blatter has to defend himself ..
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