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Nadir Shah, the Bangladesh umpire who was banned for 10 years after being indicted in a match-fixing sting operation, is now an umpire in the Southern California Cricket Association.
The sting, which was conducted in 2012, claimed to have exposed numerous umpires from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan who were willing to give decisions favouring one side in exchange for a large sum of money.
Shah recently officiated in the LA T20 Championship, which drew a lot of attention since disgraced Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful was participating in the tournament.
Shah was invited by his cousin, Nazim Shirazi, to officiate in the tournament.
Shah submitted a mercy plea in June 2013 to reduce his 10-year ban, but the decision to accept it is still pending.