Match-fixing asst referees sentenced to jail but freed on the same day after granted time off for "good behaviour", 10 Jun 2013
SINGAPORE -- Three Lebanese football referees pleaded guilty Monday, June 10 to accepting free sex from a gambling-linked global syndicate in return for rigging a match in Singapore, with two jailed and sentencing deferred for the third.
A district court judge jailed assistant referees Ali Eid, 33, and Abdallah Taleb, 37, for three months, but deferred sentencing till Tuesday for referee Ali Sabbagh, whom state prosecutors said was the most culpable.
The assistant referees broke down into sobs and repeatedly looked up as if to thank God after Judge Low Wee Ping said they could be freed by later Monday or Tuesday, after remission for good behaviour and due to time already served awaiting sentence. Full story

Singapore court jails Lebanon officials in match-fixing row - Reuters
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