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Researchers resisted Jean-Bart's debate that the allegations were part of the orchestrated plot to oust him as being"very difficult to conceive." They also cast doubt on his claims he suffered from a health condition that meant that he had been not able to have penetrative sex, stating in any case that"the idea of sexual abuse does not necessarily require coitus."
Nevertheless, researchers found that"the sexual behaviour and requests from Mr. Jean-Bart ranged from improper touching, to sexual abuse and harassment and, in the worst case to rape (and forced abortion)." Evidence provided by FIFPro, the global players' union, revealed how systemic the misuse was, with 34 possible victims and 10 potential perpetrators identified, such as 14 potential victims of Jean-Bart.
The analysis concluded that Jean-Bart's behaviour was"simply inexcusable, a disgrace for any soccer official," adding:"He abused his position so as to fulfill his own attitude of domination within the most fragile people, ruining the careers and lifestyles of young female players that are promising " Jean-Bart was in control of the FHF for 20 decades. Despite the depth of the allegations against him, he continues to maintain his innocence and says he'll appeal his life ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the world's highest sports court.
In an interview with the British information website Mail Online last month, Jean-Bart piled on FIFA for banning him, saying:"I knew I was likely to be found guilty no matter what. You have to wonder if they would do the same thing with the president of the Italian or French federations."
By comparison, the 73-year-old had heaped compliments about the decision with a Haitian judge to drop the criminal case against him a verdict which came just days prior to his life ban was announced -- claiming that it"completely cleared" him of any wrongdoing. However, Jean-Bart's joy proved short lived. After global criticism, the prosecutor in Croix-des-Bouquets has since won an appeal to reopen the study.
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