Soccer Corruption Indictments
Attorney General Lynch began her remarks with a call on the Senate to pass the USA FREEDOM Act.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch made a statement on the Justice Department’s 47-count indictment against 14 soccer officials and sports executives, including nine FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) officials, over allegations of corruption, bribery, money laundering, and fraud. She began the investigation as the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York and was joined by her successor, FBI Director Comey, and IRS Chief of Criminal Investigation Weber. They responded to questions from reporters.
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James B. Comey Jr. Director Federal Bureau of Investigation
Kelly T. Currie Acting U.S. Attorney Department of Justice->Eastern District of New York
Loretta E. Lynch Attorney General Department of Justice
Richard Weber Chief Internal Revenue Service->Criminal Investigation
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