Carolina Railhawks owner among those indicted in FIFA corruption investigation

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CARY, N.C. –The owner of the Carolina Railhawks is among the 14 people indicted in an ongoing U.S. corruption probe linked to FIFA, according to WRAL.

The entire case involves bribes totaling more than $100 million.

According to WRAL Aaron Davidson is listed as the  President of Traffic Sports USA and the  Director of Carh Holdings.

It is still unclear what charges he will face.

Authorities arrested FIFA officials suspected of having received or paid bribes worth millions of dollars, according to WRAL.

Davidson told WRAL in April that Traffic Sports USA may sell the Railhawks.

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