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The full list of FIFA indictments

Published 03/12/2015 | 20:39

Sepp Blatter (L) and the indicted South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) president Juan Angel Napout during the 65th FIFA Congress. E Getty Images
Sepp Blatter (L) and the indicted South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) president Juan Angel Napout during the 65th FIFA Congress. E Getty Images

US attorney general Loretta Lynch has announced indictments against 16 officials on football-related corruption charges including FIFA vice-presidents Alfredo Hawit from Honduras and Juan Angel Napout from Paraguay.

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INDICTED

Alfredo Hawit: Current FIFA vice president and Executive Committee member and CONCACAF president.

Ariel Alvarado: Current member of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.

Rafael Callejas: Current member of the FIFA Television and Marketing Committee.

Brayan Jimenez: Current Guatemalan Soccer Federation president and member of the FIFA Committee for Fair Play and Social Responsibility.

Rafael Salguero: Former FIFA Executive Committee member and Guatemalan Soccer Federation president.

Hector Trujillo: Current Guatemalan Soccer Federation general secretary.

Reynaldo Vasquez: Former Salvadoran Soccer Federation president.

Juan Angel Napout: Current FIFA vice president and Executive Committee member and CONCACAF president.

Manuel Burga: Current member of the FIFA Development Committee.

Carlos Chavez: Current CONMEBOL treasurer.

Luis Chiriboga: Current Ecuadorian Soccer Federation president and member of the CONMEBOL executive committee.

Marco Polo del Nero: Current president of the Brazilian Soccer Federation.

Eduardo Deluca: Former CONMEBOL general secretary.

Jose Luis Meiszner: Current CONMEBOL general secretary.

Romer Osuna: Current member of the FIFA Audit and Compliance Committee.

Ricardo Teixeira: Former Brazilian Soccer Federation president and FIFA Executive Committee member.

CONVICTED DEFENDANTS

Zorana Danis: The co-founder and owner of International Soccer Marketing Inc waived indictment and pleaded guilty to a two-count information charging her with wire fraud conspiracy and filing false tax returns.

Fabio Tordin: The former CEO of Traffic Sports USA Inc. and currently an executive with Media World LLC, waived indictment and pleaded guilty to a four-count information charging him with three counts of wire fraud conspiracy and tax evasion.

Luis Bedoya: A member of the FIFA Executive Committee, a CONMEBOL vice president and, until last month, the president of the Federacion Colombiana de Futbol, the Colombian Soccer Federation, waived indictment and pleaded guilty to a two-count information charging him with racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud conspiracy

Alejandro Burzaco: The former general manager and chairman of the board of Torneos y Competencias S.A., an Argentinian sports marketing company, pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, and money laundering conspiracy.

Roger Huguet: The CEO of Media World and its parent company, waived indictment and pleaded guilty to two counts of wire fraud conspiracy and one count of money laundering conspiracy.

Jeffrey Webb: A former FIFA vice president and Executive Committee member, CONCACAF president, Caribbean Football Union Executive Committee member and Cayman Islands Football Association president, pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, three counts of wire fraud conspiracy and three counts of money laundering conspiracy.

Sergio Jadue: Avice president of CONMEBOL and, until last month, the president of the Asociacion Nacional de Futbol Profesional de Chile, the Chilean Soccer Federation, waived indictment and pleaded guilty to a two-count information charging him with racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud conspiracy.

Jose Margulies: The controlling principal of Valente Corp. and Somerton Ltd, who served as an intermediary who facilitated illicit payments between sports marketing executives and soccer officials, pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy and two counts of money laundering conspiracy.

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