An electronic bracelet was removed from Odesa businessman Vadym Alperin, who is considered the organizer of a corruption scheme at customs. This was announced on his Facebook page by his lawyer Andriy Fedur.
According to the defense of the suspect, the electronic control tool was removed in connection with the expiration of the decision of the investigating judge of the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court.
Moreover, the lawyer noted that Alperin "will continue to conscientiously fulfill the duties assigned to him as a suspect."
“And he won’t be removed from his permanent place of residence without the permission of a detective, prosecutor or court. And use the bracelet somewhere with greater benefit,” Fedur wrote.
As we reported, Supreme Anti-Corruption Court arrested the property of Odesa businessman Vadym Alperin
Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) informed Alperin, the organizer of the corruption scheme at customs border, which caused damages in the amount of more than 321,042 dollars, on suspicion.