How FIFA Arrests Are Causing a Journalism Scandal in the Cayman Islands

by: Adam Taylor | The Washington Post

To many observers, the FIFA corruption probe has been a result of journalistic enterprise, whether via the dogged investigative ethos of British journalist Andrew Jennings that first brought the accusations to light, or the satirical television work of John Oliver that later brought those accusations to a wider audience.

 

But as the dust begins to settle from the scandal, it seems like the FIFA scandal may well have repercussions for journalists too.

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