Full Play agreed to pay $10 million

31/mag/2018 05:25:23 rsgoldfastcom Contatta l'autore

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Full Play agreed to pay $10 million to then-CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb - who later pleaded guilty to racketeering charges and agreed to FUT Coins forfeit $6.7 million.Hugo and Mariano Jinkis, a father and son who are Full Play's controlling principals, were indicted along with many top soccer executives in 2015 by U.S. prosecutors. 

The father and son have not been extradited thus far.Pena began working for Full Play in 2009 and testified that he maintained the ledger at the direction of his bosses. Pena said he took the ledger from his office on a thumb drive along with a stack of documents shortly after the first indictments were unsealed in May 2015.

He left the company that November and kept the evidence at his home before turning it over the American prosecutors as part of an agreement last February in which the government agreed not to charge Pena if he testified.Juan Angel Napout, the ex-president of Paraguay's soccer federation.

Jose Maria Marin, the former president of Brazil's soccer federation, and Manuel Burga, the ex-head of Peru's soccer federation, are on Cheap FIFA Coins trial for racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy.Rafael Esquivel, the former president of Venezuelan soccer, was nicknamed "Benz" and his ledger listed a $750,000 payment owed for "Q2022." 

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