Latest from the FIFA corruption trial

“I would submit to you that never has more been made of less evidence."

-- The winning argument of Bruce Udolf, the attorney for Manuel Burga, the 60-year-old former president of the Peruvian soccer federation who was found not guilty of a single charge of racketeering conspiracy in the FIFA corruption trial that ended Tuesday. Unlike Burga, who wept when the acquittal was announced, Juan Angel Napout and Jose Maria Marin were both found guilty of multiple conspiracy charges after evidence of lavish spending was introduced linking them to bribes. (AP)
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