News: The two ArmA 3 developers have been refused bail and appeals, and must stand trial in the Greek judicial system.
Struggles continue to mount for Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar. In a Czech report (make sure you use Google Translate), the two ArmA 3 developers have been denied appeal and bail and must stand trial after seventy days of being incarcerated.
The two developers were originally arrested on accusation of spying, and have been in jail ever since. The developers are beginning to feel the desperation of being locked up saying, as reported by the Czech report (excuse the Google Translated English): “After this court order we have from Martin with Ivan heard what no parent wants to hear. On the phone they told us basically one thing: “Mom, Dad, save us,” says the mother of one of the detainees Hana Buchtová.
“They’re in prison on Chios in the cell, where more than 25 people sleeping on the floor, twice a day receive food, hygiene products must cater for themselves,” adds the father Miloslav Buchta.
It’s unfortunate that things have gone on this long and nothing has been done. I will not begin to presume the turmoil the family and developers are going through, but we hope things get better for the developers. BeefJack will keep you updated on the matter.