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Soccer / FIFA Scandal #1086042

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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(Studio: Charlie Rose) Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Axelrod) The arrest of several FIFA officials in a bribery scandal examined; photos shown of those arrested; scenes shown of the arrest site in Switzerland; bribe examples cited. [Attorney General Loretta LYNCH – says they corrupted the business of worldwide soccer.] [IRS investigator Richard WEBER††- says this is the World Cup of fraud.] [Change FIFA David LARKIN††- says these organizations are very much near the Mafia.] [MAN – says this is good in terms of cleaning up.] FIFA president Sepp Blatter††’s bid for re-election mentioned.

Rose, Charlie;
Axelrod, Jim

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