The Nine Lives of FIFA's Reviled 'Godfather'

When a ritzy hotel in Zurich, Switzerland was raided early Wednesday morning and the U.S. Department of Justice announced indictments of 14 people, including top executives from FIFA, world soccer's governing body, a very notable name was left off the list: Sepp Blatter.
His absence was notable not just because it boggles the mind how the president of an organization rife with corruption could have clean hands. It's also notable for his reputation among soccer fans.