Along with his compadre, the inimitable Chuck Blazer, former CONACAF chair Jack Warner has emerged as an undoubted star of the FIFA corruption scandal.
His administration of the mysterious 'Diaspora Legacy Programme' has attracted attention. In that, he decided that one of the best ways to help folk of African descent in the Caribbean was by handing $1 million to the aforementioned Chuck Blazer. He later launched a spirited defence of himself against the various charges with the help of an article in The Onion.
Well, the revelations that have emerged today make all that seem very tame.
The BBC have seen papers drawn up by US prosecutors which allege that Warner diverted emergency funds intended for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
FIFA and the Korean Football Association donated a total of $750,000 for victims of the Haiti earthquake in 2010. Prosecutors allege that, at Warner's own instigation, this money went to bank accounts controlled by Warner for his own 'personal use'.
These allegations have surfaced before.
In 2012, the Trinidad & Tobago Football Federation admitted that they were unsure how the money was used as it was placed in an account controlled by their then 'special advisor' Jack Warner. The money had effectively disappeared.
The current executive is unaware of how these funds were disbursed or utilised and is awaiting the promised audited accounts from Mr Warner.
FIFA cut off funds from the Trinidad federation after it was revealed that the money was unaccounted for.
Warner denied the allegations at the time, believing them to be a conspiracy. He said he didn't have to answer to anybody.
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