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Contractor flees Russia after refusing to pay Olympic bribes - CBS News
"A new report by a Russian anti-corruption group says the total cost for the games has soared to about $50 billion -- more than five times as much as the last winter games. Yet the best place to discover why costs have risen so high may not be among the gleaming new venues, but on a street in a town just outside London, where Valery Morozov, once an Olympic contractor -- now a fugitive -- lives."
"Miscalculated, he said, because the local Olympic organizers told him to add about $30 million
to his bill for various Sochi construction projects, and then pay that money back to them as kickbacks."
"The only one reason for this was their pockets," Morozov said. "There was only one reason." Morozov rebuilt some of the crumbling facilities of the old Sochi resort. The kickbacks, he said, followed a familiar formula. The kickback was about 40 percent of the total contract."