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Watching Jack Warner - 10 Jun 2015 
Since corruption charges were laid against nine current and former FIFA officials, all eyes have been on former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner. 
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June 06, 2015 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, sits... 
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Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, sits... 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, sits in parliament in Port-of-Spain, June 5, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, on Wednesday vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. REUTERS/Andrea de Silva
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June 08, 2015 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner (R), who leads the Independent Liberal Party and is a parliamentary... 
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Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who leads the Independent Liberal Party and is a parliamentary... 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner (R), who leads the Independent Liberal Party and is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, listens to a constituent of his region in Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago, June 6, 2015. Warner meets with constituents every other Saturday to attend to all sorts of legal and social issues. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, on Wednesday vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. REUTERS/Andrea de Silva

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May 27, 2015 
Trinidad and Tobago's former National Security Minister and former FIFA Vice President, Jack Warner,... 
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Trinidad and Tobago's former National Security Minister and former FIFA Vice President, Jack Warner,... 
Trinidad and Tobago's former National Security Minister and former FIFA Vice President, Jack Warner, gestures after leaving the offices of the Sunshine Newspaper which he owns, in Arouca, East Trinidad, May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after their arrest on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. One of those indicted, former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner of Trinidad, solicited $10 million in bribes from the South African government to host the 2010 World Cup, the Justice Department said. Warner issued a statement saying he is innocent of any charges. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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June 04, 2015 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (C, face partially obscured by cap) arrives surrounded by supporters... 
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Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner arrives surrounded by supporters to a meeting of his Independent... 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (C, face partially obscured by cap) arrives surrounded by supporters to a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva 
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May 30, 2015 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (R) talks to a girl while attending a ceremony in celebration... 
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Former FIFA Vice President Warner talks to a girl while attending a ceremony in celebration of Indian... 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (R) talks to a girl while attending a ceremony in celebration of Indian Arrival Day organized by his political Independent Liberal Party in Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago, May 29, 2015. Warner was among nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with running a criminal enterprise that involved more than $150 million in bribes. Picture taken May 29, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva 
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June 06, 2015 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, is... 
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Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, is... 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, is seen inside parliament in Port-of-Spain, June 5, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, on Wednesday vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. REUTERS/Andrea de Silva 
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June 04, 2015 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal... 
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Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal... 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. As the FIFA crisis unfolds, Interpol, the international police body, issued a wanted person alert for Warner, a former president of CONCACAF, which governs soccer in North and Central America and the Caribbean. Warner has said he is innocent and noted he left football activities four years ago. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
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May 30, 2015 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner (R), who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West,... 
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Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, walks... 
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner (R), who is a parliamentary representative for Chaguanas West, walks accompanied by a police officer as he arrives at the parliament building to attend a session in Port-of-Spain, May 29, 2015. Warner was among nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with running a criminal enterprise that involved more than $150 million in bribes. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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May 30, 2015 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (C) attends a ceremony in celebration of Indian Arrival Day organized... 
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Former FIFA Vice President Warner attends a ceremony in celebration of Indian Arrival Day organized by... 
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (C) attends a ceremony in celebration of Indian Arrival Day organized by his political Independent Liberal Party in Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago, May 29, 2015. Warner was among nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with running a criminal enterprise that involved more than $150 million in bribes. Picture taken May 29, 2015 REUTERS/Andrea De Silva 
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May 28, 2015 
Police officers stand guard as an ambulance leaves the state prison in Port-of-Spain May 28, 2015. Accused... 
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Police officers stand guard as an ambulance leaves the state prison in Port-of-Spain May 28, 2015. Accused former FIFA vice president, Jack Warner, left jail in Trinidad and Tobago via ambulance, according to local media. On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Justice charged nine officials at FIFA, the global body governing football, and five corporate executives with running a criminal enterprise that involved more than $150 million (?98 million) in bribes. REUTERS/Andrea de Silva 
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