Jean-Bart has been in charge of the FHF for 20 years


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Proof FIFA Mobile Coins provided by FIFPro, the worldwide players' union, showed how systemic the abuse was, together with 34 potential sufferers and 10 potential perpetrators identified, such as 14 potential victims of Jean-Bart.

The report concluded that Jean-Bart's behaviour was"simply inexcusable, a disgrace for any soccer official," adding:"He abused his place in order to fulfill his personal attitude of domination on the very delicate people, destroying the careers and lives of young female players that are promising ."

Jean-Bart has been in charge of the FHF for 20 years. Despite the thickness of the allegations against him, he continues to maintain his innocence and claims he will appeal his lifetime ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the planet's highest sports court.

In an interview with the British news site Mail Online a month, Jean-Bart piled on FIFA for banning himsaying:"I knew I was going to be found guilty no matter what. You need to wonder whether they would do exactly the identical thing with the president of the Italian or French federations."

In contrast, the 73-year-old had heaped compliments to the conclusion with a Haitian judge to drop the criminal case against him -- a verdict that came only days ahead of his life ban was declared -- claiming it"completely cleared" him of any wrongdoing. However, Jean-Bart's joy proved short-lived. After global criticism, the prosecutor at Croix-des-Bouquets has since won an appeal to reopen the investigation. Because judicial procedures and courts of law depend on truth and evidence rather than politically motivated rumors,'' Dr. Jean-Bart believes he will be cleared of wrongdoing when his case is examined Buy FIFA Coins before the Court of Arbitration for Sport."