Barbora Škrlová, who was in 2008 sentenced to five years in prison for her role in the Kuřim child abuse case, was on Wednesday conditionally released from jail. Her parole was set at seven years. Ms Škrlová was found guilty of abusing two brothers, aged eight and ten at the time, along with five other people including the boys’ mother. The 30-year-old woman originally duped the authorities posing as a teenage girl; she later escaped to Norway where she posed as a 13-year-old boy. She was arrested upon her return to the Czech Republic.