Singapore issues detention orders over match-fixing syndicate members

Yahoo! 7 Sports, 2 Oct 2013
Singapore's Minister for Home Affairs has issued detention orders on four people for their alleged roles in a global soccer match-fixing syndicate, the ministry said on Wednesday.
The move followed the arrest on September 18 of 14 people on suspicion of being part of an organised crime syndicate involved in trying to rig soccer matches.
The detention orders mean the four can continue to be detained for up to 12 months, provided the orders are approved by Singapore's President. The orders need to be referred to a Criminal Law Advisory Committee within 28 days, and the committee will then make recommendations to the President. Full story
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