Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner is among nine FIFA officials indicted by the Department of Justice on corruption-related charges.
Nine FIFA officials and five recreations marketing executives have been faced with racketeering, cash laundering, wire fraudulence and other defenses by the United States Department of Justice, and American officials state that the investigation into corruption at FIFA and its user organizations is beginning.
The official announcement for the fees was made Wednesday early morning, hours after an operation that is dramatic Swiss authorities to arrest many of the FIFA executives charged in the case while they set to meet at FIFA headquarters in Zurich.
The arrests, which were made instead peacefully and without incident, occurred at the Baur au Lac that is five-star hotel.
The defendants are expected to be extradited to the United States in short order.
The DoJ was able to create costs against the foreign nationals mixed up in situation due to aspects of US law that allow for indictments if there was any connection to the United States at all, such as meetings happening on US soil or if money tangled up in a scheme passed through American monetary institutions.
Switzerland comes with an extradition treaty using the United States that ensures they shall turn over suspects for most crimes, with the exception of tax-related charges.