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Netflix is ​​seeking to release a movie that exposes football corruption

 Netflix is ​​seeking to release a movie that exposes football corruption:

The digital network Netflix is ​​preparing to release a documentary that exposes corruption in football, coinciding with the start of the World Cup.

In the same context, Netflix released teaser clips for its upcoming documentary "FIFA Uncovered", which is likely to be shown on November 9 on the Netflix platform, just 11 days before the start of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which will include one of the most prominent topics in the awaited series.

The film focuses on corruption in the World Cup 2018 and 2022:

The trailer promises to explore FIFA's most inappropriate moments of the past decade, including the irrevocably corrupt bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

The US Department of Justice indicted 14 senior football officials in 2015 on a range of charges that included bribery, extortion, fraud and money laundering.

Blatter and Platini case

The Swiss Public Prosecution issued a decision this October to appeal the acquittal of the former president of the International Football Association "FIFA", Joseph Sepp Blatter, and the former president of the European Football Association "UEFA", Michel Platini, after a seven-year investigation, in which he was expelled from football. On charges of corruption in a fraud case.

The text indicated that the Public Prosecution sent an appeal statement to the Appeals Court of the Federal Criminal Court within the legal period, and requested the complete annulment of the initial ruling, while the Public Prosecution said that it would not make any further statements on this matter.

The ruling came after an 11-day trial at the Swiss Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona centered on a so-called $2 million "disloyal payment" from FIFA to Platini with Blatter's approval in 2011, for work completed a decade earlier.