Bohemia Interactive developers freed
The two Bohemia Interactive developers, Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar who were jailed in Greece for over 100 days have now been released and are now free to return.
Both developers were released on bail, which was €5,000 each. With the bail paid both developers can now finally be reunited with their family in the Czech Republic.
The news of their freedom came from Dean Hall, developer at Bohemia Interactive and the man responsible for Arma II mod, Day Z.
Ivan and Martin have been bailed after 128 days! helpivanmartin.org/2013/01/ivan-m… This is the greatest news I could ever receive! Can’t wait to see them
— Dean Hall (@rocket2guns) January 15, 2013
Both Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar were originally arrested for allegedly photographing and recording military equipment while on holiday on the Greek Island of Lemnos.
Both Buchta and Pezlar were working on the Bohemia Interactive’s military sim, Arma III before they were detained
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