FIFA Crisis: Jack Warner ‘to Reveal All Despite Fears’

Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner speaks at a political rally in Marabella, Trinidad and Tobago, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Warner made a televised address Wednesday night, saying he will prove a link between soccer's governing body and his nation's elections in 2010. Warner also said in the address, which was a paid political advertisement, that "I reasonably actually fear for my life." (AP Photo/Anthony Harris)
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner speaks at a political rally in Marabella, Trinidad and Tobago, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Warner made a televised address Wednesday night, saying he will prove a link between soccer's governing body and his nation's elections in 2010. Warner also said in the address, which was a paid political advertisement, that "I reasonably actually fear for my life." (AP Photo/Anthony Harris)
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner speaks at a political rally in Marabella, Trinidad and Tobago, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Warner made a televised address Wednesday night, saying he will prove a link between soccer’s governing body and his nation’s elections in 2010. (AP Photo/Anthony Harris)

(BBC) – Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has said in a TV address that he will reveal all he knows about corruption at world football’s governing body.

Warner, who said he feared for his life, also said he could link FIFA officials to general elections in his native Trinidad and Tobago in 2010.

He is one of the 14 people charged by the US over alleged corruption at FIFA.

Another top FIFA official and key witness, American Chuck Blazer, has admitted accepting bribes.

The admissions came in a newly released transcript of Blazer’s guilty plea from 2013, as part of a wide-ranging US criminal case that has engulfed Fifa and led president Sepp Blatter to resign.

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