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Corruption Among FIFA Officials?
Because of the great prominence that FIFA World Cup has grown into over the years, billions of dollars are to be won or to be lost. For this reason, there have been rumors spreading that corruption is present among FIFA officials just as corruption is true among people working in the government (not generally speaking). The said rumor turned out to be a fact when three prominent FIFA officials pleaded guilty to corruption charges in April in the United States, namely Julio Rocha, Richard Lai and Rafael Esquivel. Accordingly, they were given sanctions that are for a lifetime. On top of that, the FIFA Ethics Committee has also forbidden them from all football for the rest of their life.
Richard Lai, who is from Guam, used to be an associate of the Audit and Compliance Committee of FIFA. Besides that, he was as well the head of the Football Association of Guam. Lai publicized that he had accepted bribe money that amounted to approximately 1 million dollars. He made the guilty plea to two charges of wire fraud. When he made this plea, he also involved and implicated the president of the Association of National Olympic Committees and Olympic Council of Asia head, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad who in turn denied any unlawful activity. When named as Lai’s “co-conspirator number two”, he resigned from his position on the Council of FIFA and renounced his roles on the Reform Committee of FIFA as well as the Asian Football Confederation Executive Committee.
Former president of the Venezuela Football Federation and former VP of the South America Confederation or CONMEBOL, Rafael Esquivel made a guilty plea to wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering and racketeering conspiracy.
Julio Rocha, from Nicaragua, made a guilty plea to conspiracy in racketeering or the act of offering service in a fraudulent and corrupt manner. Like Richard Lai, he also pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy where authorities declared that he received bribes amounting to more than 150,000 dollars and is connected to marketing rights sale. Rocha was Nicaraguan Football Federation president from 1998 to 2012 then became a development officer of FIFA up until he was arrested in May 2015.