Soccer Boss' Computer Hidden After Arrest, Worker Testifies

Law360, New York (December 6, 2017, 10:30 PM EST) -- An assistant who worked for former CONMEBOL President Juan Angel Napout testified Wednesday that he had followed instructions from a lawyer at the powerful South American soccer confederation to help remove Napout’s computer from his office on the morning after his arrest in December 2015.

Nelson Sanabria, a 26-year-old IT employee at CONMEBOL who had worked as an assistant to Napout’s assistant Maria Liz Rolon, testified that he had helped CONMEBOL lawyer Cristobal Caceres remove Napout's computer from his office in the confederation's headquarters in Luque,...
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