Sepp Blatter, former president of FIFA, oversaw a company engaged in theft and supporting slave labor, painted by Lewis Walters (PRISON ID #38699-007), serving 72 years for assault with intent to commit murder.
Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive of HSBC, oversees a company engaged in conspiracy and fraud, painted by Mario “A.B.” Beltran (PRISON ID #437846), serving 3.5 years for receiving stolen goods.
Indra Nooyi, CEO of Pepsico, oversees a company engaged in accessory to murder and conspiracy to deceive, painted by John Vercusky (PRISON ID #55341-066), serving 22 years for armed robbery.
Ben Van Beurden, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, oversees a company engaged in accomplice to murder and reckless endangerment, painted by Mitchell Hand (PRISON ID #054005), serving 33 years for selling stolen goods and burglary (with priors).
Brady Dougan, former CEO of Credit Suisse, oversaw a company engaged in conspiracy and treason, painted by Jerry Lee Jenkins (PRISON ID #03339-087), serving 18 years for bank robbery.
Clarence Otis, Jr., former CEO of Darden Restaurants, oversaw a company engaged in corporate welfare abuse and deception, painted by Mark Crawford (PRISON ID #76603-079), serving life in prison for murder, kidnapping, racketeering, and fraud related charges.
Michael Corbat, CEO of Citigroup, oversees a company engaged in conspiracy and economic destruction, painted by Garrett Rushing (PRISON ID #10706-091), serving 17 years for drug trafficking with a firearm and possession with intent to distribute (over 500 grams of meth).
John S. Watson, CEO of Chevron, oversees a company engaged in bribery and accessory to rape and murder, painted by Daniel Raines (PRISON ID #10662419), serving 3 years for possession of stolen vehicle (2 times).