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John Daley reporting Prosecution witness Alfredo LaMont wrapped up his testimony in the Olympic bribery trial.
LaMont allegedly gave 12-thousand dollars to bribe an IOC member on behalf of defendants Tom Welch and Dave Johnson.
Lamont was asked about a number of his activities while working at the USOC. He testified he never gave tens of thousands of dollars in direct cash payments to IOC members.
But, Lamont testified several USOC Offficials were fired or resigned in the 90's for ethical violations.
Sid Dizdarevich is the next witness. He is owner of an high-profile hospitality sponsor. He is testifying about 130- thousand dollars in cash given to Welch and Johnson in hotels and airports -- in exchange for an exclusive sponsorship deal.