FIFA President Sepp Blatter has long been dogged by chargers of corruption, including but not limited to the circumstances surrounding the tiny, wealthy nation of Qatar being awarded the 2022 World Cup. And apparently, this reputation has inspired someone to take over Blatter’s account and make a point.
In the end, something called the Syrian Electronic Army — which also hacked 60 Minutes’ Twitter — claimed responsibility.
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