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The president of Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht, Marcelo Odebrecht, arrives at his house in Sao Paulo, Brazil, after being released from prison in the southern city of Curitiba on December 19, 2017.
Odebrecht, the construction tycoon at the centre of Brazil's biggest ever corruption scandal, was released from prison to begin house arrest in his luxury Sao Paulo home. Odebrecht, served two and a half years behind bars and still has seven and a half years to serve of his sentence for organizing the systemic bribery of politicians to gain influence and contracts for Odebrecht in Brazil and across Latin America. / AFP PHOTO / Miguel SCHINCARIOL
The president of Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht, Marcelo Odebrecht, arrives at his house in Sao Paulo, Brazil, after being released from prison in the southern city of Curitiba on December 19, 2017. Odebrecht, the construction tycoon at the centre of Brazil's biggest ever corruption scandal, was released from prison to begin house arrest in his luxury Sao Paulo home. Odebrecht, served two and a half years behind bars and still has seven and a half years to serve of his sentence for organizing the systemic bribery of politicians to gain influence and contracts for Odebrecht in Brazil and across Latin America. / AFP PHOTO / Miguel SCHINCARIOL - AFP/Miguel SCHINCARIOL

O empresário Marcelo Odebrecht, preso há dois anos e meio em Curitiba, foi colocado ontem em prisão domiciliar na capital paulista. Envolvido no maior esquema de corrupção do Brasil, ele ainda deve cumprir sete anos e meio de sentença.

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