Fifa's three-person panel was of the view

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  • Published date: January 16, 2021
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After allegations of sexual abuse by Jean-Bart were printed by the Guardian in April, Fifa's ethics committee conducted a detailed investigation lasting nearly six months that included hiring an independent IT consultancy company to utilize Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) methods to confirm a number of the alleged victims' claims using cell phone data. According to the decision of the adjudicatory chamber, that allowed investigators to corroborate several events where"young female gamers seen the [hotel], among the alleged locations in which the sexual abuse apparently occurred".

At the final report by the investigatory chamber, the panel heard statements from two alleged victims of Jean-Bart, among whom detailed her experiences after being selected to play Haiti Under-17s. "President Yves Jean-Bart called me on the phone to ask me to come and watch him," she said. "When he came he gave me a pack of underwear. I said'thank you' and when it was time to depart offered me to remain with him in his area. He told me to remain with him and pulled me towards him. And back in the middle, it was like I no longer exist in the opinion of everyone."

Another alleged victim explained when she had to sit alongside Jean-Bart at the rear of a car. "And I pushed away him to leave me alone. From this day on, every time he sees me on the court he never stops telling me that I will never advance to the centre and he will never lift a finger in my favour to aid me in anything."

The Fifpro report alleged that there was"enough evidence" to suggest the centre"was being used as enticement for minor football players coming from poor backgrounds who were groomed and jeopardized into sexual abuse". Fifa's three-person panel was of the view that the allegations of sexual abuse"seem to function as a cooperate/cartel organisation".

Jean-Bart has always protested his innocence and last month reiterated at a Daily Mail interview his strategy to take his case to the court of arbitration for sport. He argued in his closing oral statement to the panel that"in Haiti there is no'civilization of rape' or of sexual abuse".

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