Jack Warner investigated over Haiti earthquake money
The BBC can reveal that the former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner has been investigated by US prosecutors over the disappearance of money meant for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
He visited the country in 2010 and raised $750,000 from FIFA and the Korean Football Association to help rebuild the country after the disaster.
Mr Warner is facing extradition from Trinidad and Tobago to stand trial in the US on allegations of corruption and bribery. He denies all the charges.
Ed Thomas reports from Trinidad and Tobago.
- From the section World