New US indictment puts focus on Daryan Warner in transport of alleged corrupt funds from Paris to T&T

The US Justice Department's new indictments of 16 former football executives, have named Daryan Warner, the son of former FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner as being involved in the transfer of alleged corrupt funds from Paris to this country on behalf of his father.

The money was said to be collected in a hotel in Paris, in stacks of US $10,000, which were brought back in a briefcase.

The Justice Department unsealed a 240-page "Superseding Indictment" today, linking the actions of some of the 16 newly indicted executives, to alleged deals involving Jack Warner.