Jack Warner Caribbean / Tobago & Trinidad
Title: Jack Warner
Comments: Putting aside all that I have said about Jack Warner in the past .It is time to take a new look at his position with regards to the charges against him. Things have certainly changed in the FIFA scandal. It has certainly made me think again of the position regarding Jack Warner's involvement in this scandal. With so many investigations taking place and so many new suspects being accused and being summons by the Swiss and American authorities which now includes the President himself Sepp Blatter, the picture first presented is changing its colour on a daily basis. Sepp Blatter is now charge with criminal mismanagement, and if found guilty could spend five years behind bars. This has now put a new light on the possible innocence of Jack's involvement in this notorious scandal. It would now appear that the FIFA organisation was corrupt from top to bottom for decades under the control of Sepp Blatter, and anyone employed by this organisation could have been succumbed to its corrupt administrative procedures not understanding what was taking place on a daily basis. They probably had no knowledge that they were doing anything wrong, as all the corrupt procedures were normally administered without any questions being asked It is now fair to conclude that even Jack or any other employee could not escape the corrupt procedures that were in force because they were not noticeable or regarded as part of the unknown embedded corrupt procedures which was normally being administered. The problem of resolving the matter however must be investigated, and those who are the engineers of these well established and long term corrupt practices in this organisation must be brought to justice. In my opinion in the light of recent developments in this scandal, Jack should except the terms of his extradition and face the music to clear his name. The scenario has changed ,and Jack now stands a very good chance of being vindicated of any wilful intent of corruption as an employee of FIFA.