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Brazilian Police Questions FIFA Member About Alleged Links To Criminal Organization
Published November 28, 2012
NO COMMENT: BLOOMBERG's Raymond Colitt reported FIFA General Secretary Jérôme Valcke told reporters in Rio de Janeiro that the police questioning of Del Nero "was an internal Brazilian issue he would not comment on." Police are "investigating Del Nero’s alleged links to a criminal organization it says engaged in illegal spying and extortion of politicians suspected of fraud in public tenders" (BLOOMBERG, 11/26).