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FIFA official: The FBI and IRS will deal with Warner

FIFA today acknowledged for the first time that its former vice-president and Trinidad and Tobago politician Jack Warner might be a target for the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Inland Revenue Services (IRS). Warner insisted that he was unfairly targeted by a CONCACAF integrity report and got …

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The CONCACAF Investigative Report

Wired868 offers readers a look at the Executive Summary of the CONCACAF Integrity Committee’s Investigative Report into the conduct of the previous CONCACAF administration and, in particular, the conduct of its former president and present Trinidad and Tobago National Security Minister Jack Warner and its former general secretary and chief …

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CONCACAF: Warner “deceived us” on Centre of Excellence

Ex-Barbados chief justice Sir David Simmons accused Trinidad and Tobago’s National Security Minister and former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner of fraudulent behaviour and deceiving CONCACAF regarding the ownership of the Macoya-based Centre of Excellence at today’s CONCACAF Congress in Panama City, Panama. Simmons, according to Reuters, claimed that Warner hid …

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Defiant Warner scoffs at CONCACAF report

National Security Minister and disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner claimed that the CONCACAF Integrity Committee’s report into his ownership of the Centre of Excellence and alleged fraudulent behavior while CONCACAF president was malicious and baseless. Warner also rubbished any suggestion that FIFA and CONCACAF did not know who …

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Now ex-Barbados Chief Justice investigates Warner

Former Barbados Chief Justice and Attorney General Sir David Simmons QC, who is chairman of Trinidad and Tobago’s 1990 Coup Enquiry, will hone in on the past practices of National Security Minister Jack Warner as CONCACAF continues to dig through its closet. Simmons, who is trying to compel Jamaat al …

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