FIFA Vice President Accused of STEALING Haiti Earthquake Money

FIFA Vice President Jack Warner has been investigated by US prosecutors over the disappearance $750,000 Haiti earthquake money that found its way into a bank accounts he controlled...

According to an article published by the BBC, Warner is accused of diverting US$750,000 in emergency funds donated by FIFA ($250,000) and the South Korean Football Association ($500,000) intended for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

Warner was arrested in May in Trinidad. He may be extradited to the United States on charges of corruption and money laundering.

You heard about corruption inside FIFA but you probably did not expect to hear "Haiti earthquake money" in it...

Are you beginning to see where all the Haiti Earthquake money went? LOL

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Jean Catulle says...

eske se renvandè sèlman kap profite sa se antreprenè ak leta eske yo pa konplis tou nan lajan vèt sa ki fè mas pèp la ap soufri
jiskilè lidè ki di yo se patriyòt va sispann toupizi mas pèp

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Patrick Princivil says...


Who seal that

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Bernard Valcourt says...

He couldn't do it alone.

"yonsel dwet pa manje kalalou" He would have needed an accomplice in Haiti to steal that money.

I have a suspicion the head of Haiti's Fifa delegation is "IN-on-it", for

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