Former FBI Director to Aid AFC Investigation

By Community | August 7, 2012

A former FBI Director has been hired to aid the corruption investigation into suspended Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Mohamed bin Hammam.

Investigation company Freeh Group International, anabolics founded by former FBI Director Louis Freeh, has been chosen to look into allegations bin Hammam misused AFC funds and made payments to football officials in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.

The allegations were uncovered in an internal audit that resulted in the AFC giving bin Hammam a 30-day provisional ban last month.

PricewaterhouseCoopers prepared the audit that alleges he received millions of dollars from individuals linked to AFC contracts during his tenure that dates back to 2002.{jcomments on}