RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Matthias Krull pulls up his pant leg, attaching a pair of pruning shears to the ankle device that has reminded him of his crimes for two years.
Armed with a court order, the former Swiss banker cuts through the hard plastic, which releases a torrent of emotion. "Physically I got used to it, but psychologically it's liberating," Krull, 47, said from his rented home in Miami. "Being able to wear shorts again is a big thing. I would go to my son's soccer games, it was 100 degrees (about 38 degrees Celsius) and everyone . . .