Former FIFA vice president, Jack Warner, has surrended to police, after being charged with corruption. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
--CORRECTING HEADLINE AND INTRO TO SAY: Former FIFA vice president ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner surrendered to police in Trinidad and Tobago, after being accused on corruption charges. Warner, who is among the nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives who were accused in New York, said he has never been questioned by the FBI. Seven leading soccer officials were arrested on corruption charges by U.S. and Swiss authorities on Wednesday. The arrests of the senior FIFA officials in a morning raid at a five-star Zurich hotel mark an unprecedented blow against soccer's powerful governing body, which for years has been dogged by allegations of corruption but always escaped major criminal cases.