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US Foreign Bribery Laws and FIFA, Explainedi
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July 08, 2015 2:48 AM
The FIFA indictments of 2015 and the Salt Lake City Olympic Committee scandal of 1998 share an important characteristic: both were the targets of a corruption investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. VOA’s Ramon Taylor and Celia Mendoza explore the legal basis for the United States to bring domestic and foreign bribery charges against the international sport organizations.
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Video US Foreign Bribery Laws and FIFA, Explained

The FIFA indictments of 2015 and the Salt Lake City Olympic Committee scandal of 1998 share an important characteristic: both were the targets of a corruption investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. VOA’s Ramon Taylor and Celia Mendoza explore the legal basis for the United States to bring domestic and foreign bribery charges against the international sport organizations.

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