"We basically decided to make up fantasy names for each of the people involved."
-- Santiago Pena
, who worked for Full Play, a company based in Argentina that held marketing rights
to South American soccer competitions, testifying in the FIFA corruption trial in Brooklyn about the names he used on Excel spreadsheets -- "Fiat," "Honda," "Benz," ''VW," ''Toyota," ''Kia" and
"Peugeot" -- to mask the names of South American soccer executives who were given bribes. Pena, who is a cooperating witness, kept copies of the ledgers on a zip drive he handed over to