FIFA corruption: Trinidad delays extradition conference on Jack Warner

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Port-of Spain (Trinidad): Authorities in Trinidad deferred a conference on Friday to establish either a US will have to restart extradition record opposite former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner in an ubiquitous soccer crime case.

Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington pronounced a conference will be hold Dec 2. The statute comes after Warner’s attorneys requested some-more time so they could transport to a US and plead extradition terms.

File design of Jack Warner. APFile design of Jack Warner. AP

File design of Jack Warner. AP

Warner is fighting extradition on a US charges of racketeering, handle rascal and income laundering in a FIFA crime case. He has to news twice weekly to a military hire and his pass has been seized.

US prosecutors lay South Africa funneled USD 10 million in 2008 to Warner and dual other FIFA executives in sell for their support in a successful bid to horde a 2010 World Cup.

Friday’s statute in Trinidad comes a same day that prosecutors in Switzerland non-stop rapist record opposite FIFA President Sepp Blatter for probable rapist mismanagement and misappropriation of FIFA money.

Warner told internal hire CCN TV6 that he would not criticism on any of a cases.

“I’m not responding anything about Sepp Blatter or Jack Warner or Sepp Mother or Sepp Sister,” he said. “I have zero to say. Let a feeding frenzy continue.”

Warner left FIFA in 2011 after being concerned in an progressing temptation scandal. He has denied wrongdoing. Some Trinidad authorised experts have warned that a extradition ask opposite Warner could take 3 to 5 years to resolve.

Warner was arrested in May and mislaid a re-election bid progressing this month for a Parliament chair during ubiquitous elections.