Mark Snowiss is a Washington D.C.-based multimedia reporter. He has written and edited for various media outlets including Pacifica and NPR affiliates in Los Angeles.
Prior to joining VOA, Snowiss spent four years in the Balkans with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and other aid agencies working to rebuild post-war Bosnia. His regional experience includes nine years in Hungary and other East European countries before, during and after the 1989 revolutions swept communist governments from power.
The \evidence implicating high-level FIFA executives in a long corruption scandal has mounted quickly following the surprise announcement this week that football's soccer's world governing body president would resign. Plea bargains and public statements by former FIFA officials threatening to spill an âavalancheâ of secrets indicate the scandal could implicate departing president Sepp Blatter. VOA's Mark Snowiss looks at how the legal issues could play out.