Delator no esquema de propinas envolvendo dirigentes da Fifa, o empresário argentino Alejandro Burzaco acusa a TV Globo de participar de uma negociação de suborno em troca dos direitos de transmissão das Copa de 2026 e 2030.Dirigentes da Fifa são investigados pelo FBI e o depoimento de Burzaco ocorreu nesta quarta-feira (15) num tribunal no Brooklyn, em Nova York.O empresário está colaborando com a investigação, que é liderada pelo Departamento de Justiça dos Estados Unidos, e pagou US$ 112...
The federal courthouse in Brooklyn where the FIFA trial is talking place on November 13, 2017 in New York. NEW YORK — A key witness in the FIFA trial testified Tuesday that major media companies — including Fox Sports — bribed officials for soccer broadcasting rights. Alejandro Burzaco, a witness for the prosecution in the case, said in court that he was aware of six media companies involved in bribes, including Fox, O Globo from Brazil, Media Pro from Spain, and Televisa from Mexico.
Former president of the Peruvian Football Association, Manuel Burga, is taken to a courthouse on December 7, 2015She said that although she doesn’t “dispute that many areas of foreign soccer are corrupt,” there is no evidence that her client ever took any bribes at all or made any attempts to hide any money.
Según testimonio en el juicio FIFA, los Jinkis de Full Play supuestamente pagaban a Napout con efectivo en vez de transferencias de banco, y el dinero fue llevado, en un sobre, directamente a su oficina. https://t.co/yjka1nAzQl
Next witness in FIFA trial is a banker from Bank of America. I suspect we will learn that at least one of the defendants (Marin, Burga, Napout) had accounts with BofA where suspicious money came in. https://t.co/dFpDF7kaev
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