Talk about a well-deserved penalty.
U.S. prosecutors indicted fourteen high-ranking FIFA officials and executives in Zurich Wednesday, and slapped them with a long list of charges including conspiracy, racketeering, and corruption.
According to an indictment unsealed Wednesday, four of the men own thirteen properties across Florida and Georgia which were allegedly used in connection with the crimes. If convicted, the U.S. government will seek forfeiture of the properties. [more]