The South American Football Confederation ( Conmebol , for its acronym in Portuguese) filed a complaint with Paraguayan authorities alleging that about 130 million dollars of its budget disappeared and pointed out several culprits. According to Bloomberg, the funds were embezzled by former South American soccer officials, as well as members of FIFA in the Honduras Mobile Number List United States. What Conmebol is asking for is help to recover the missing resources, which were discovered after an international audit carried out by the company, Ernest & Young. Apparently, most of the resources were diverted during the mandate of its former head, Nicolás Leoz, who left office in 2013 , and who is currently under house arrest in Asunción.
According to Conmebol’s lawyers, this scandal has a global magnitude and would uncover a global network of corruption. Conmebol’s complaint also points to Leoz’s successors, Eugenio Figueredo and Juan Ángel Napout, who have already been arrested by Swiss authorities at FIFA meetings in Zurich . Specifically, Leoz transferred 27 million dollars into two Brother Cell Phone List bank accounts, one under his name and the other under the name of NL Stevia, a family company, while another 33 million dollars were transferred between 2000 and 2004 to accounts in Panama and Cayman Islands , and all the aforementioned officials made payments of $ 68 million to 21 companies identified and investigated by the United States.