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Olympic sponsor fee for retailer in bribery scandal was more than halved: report

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Digital cameras? All but obsolete. He could have done better than that!

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Digital cameras? All but obsolete. He could have done better than that!

Guess you aren't familiar with the Canon EOS series that run over ¥6,000,000! lol

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Diack died at the age of 88 last year.

Easy to talk about someone after they died, no way to prove either way!

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Probably a Sony Mark VI and a automatic Prospex with blue dial limited edition, very suspicious.

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Since we are all conjecturing, I think they would have been a Panasonic DC-GF9 camera and a Seiko Spirit. Both are solid enough and Lamrine would have been happy with them.

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What about the $3.7million Abe paid to get the games?

Unlike the digital camera business, he got over exposed and shot in 9 mm.

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A spokesperson for prosecutors said they could not comment on the contents of ongoing investigations.

But also:

Prosecutors said in a Wednesday statement

Can't comment on accused defenses, but freely leaking information on their charges.

Japan, the land of persecution.

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Picture this "Diack died at the age of 88 last year". Blame it on the dead, because a dead man can't talk!

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Olympic sponsor fee for retailer in bribery scandal was more than halved: report

You get what you pay for.

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if 'officials' were honest, wouldn't matter if they were offrered bribes.... so I never blame the briber, only the bribee, for cashing in on their position..... but it's par for the course, so....

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Both are solid enough and Lamrine would have been happy with them.

Well, that's nice.

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“Business” as usual, Japanese style.

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