BREAKING NEWS – Zurich, Switzerland – Federal prosecutors have unsealed a 47-count indictment that charges 14 people, including nine officials at international soccer’s governing body, with racketing, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracy dating back to the early 1990s. The indictment was unsealed hours after seven soccer officials were arrested by Swiss authorities at a five-star hotel in Zurich ahead of the annual conference of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA). Among those arrested were current FIFA vice presidents Jeffrey Webb and Eugenio Figueredo, both members of FIFA’s powerful executive committee. U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is scheduled to hold a press conference, to explain why the United States would waste so much time and money investigating a sport that this country finds so boring.