The director of the museum, located in Las Vegas, believes it can be a good atraction for tourists
The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, otherwise known as the Mob Museum, will dedicate an exhibition to the corruption case of FIFA starting 1 September. This was confirmed by its director, Dennis Barrie, who said that it would be "of great interest for tourists."
The museum is located in downtown Las Vegas (USA). They will present evidence of American justice on the irregularities committed by FIFA, which led to the arrest of senior managers two months ago and the resignation of President Joseph Blatter after 17 years in the head of world football's governing body.
In the middle of this storm, FIFA announced during the last congress election for the new president would be held on 26 February. Amid the words of the outgoing president, a comedian threw him a wad of cash, an image that went around the world.