LAS VEGAS (AP) The same museum that chronicles Sin City's mob beginnings led by underworld criminals like Bugsy Siegel is hoping to score with an exhibit exploring FIFA's wide-ranging corruption scandal.
The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas says the new permanent exhibit will debut Tuesday morning.
U.S. prosecutors indicted top-ranking FIFA officials in May and sought their extradition on charges of bribery, fraud and racketeering.
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Prosecutors allege the defendants plotted to pay bribes of more than $150 million tied to the award of broadcasting and hosting rights for major tournaments.
The exhibit is being called ''The `Beautiful Game' Turns Ugly.'' The museum says it uses photos and news reports to delve into the ''kickbacks, secrecy and match-fixing'' surrounding the international soccer organization.
The museum's executive director says the exhibit will resonate particularly with international visitors.