Ivan Buchta And Martin Pezlar

Some great news for Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar, the two Bohemia Interactive employees who were arrested in Greece on espionage charges. Czech media are reporting today that the two developers will be released on bail, after initially having bail denied. Bail for the two was reportedly set at 5000 Euros each – a sum which the families of the two apparently have available to them. Martin and Ivan will be released as soon as bail is posted.

This is sure to be a great relief to the two, who have been imprisoned since September: already spending 128 days in jail.

This is not the end of the case – proceedings are expected to continue at a later date, however there is no fixed timeframe for the case being heard, as Greek judges are still on strike.

Thanks to helpivanmartin.org for the English translations.

Lachlan Williams
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