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 ArmA 3 developers denied bail - briefly
(hx) 05:27 AM EST - Nov,17 2012
Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar, two Czech developers of the upcoming military sim ArmA III, have been denied bail and have had their appeal for their charges to be dismissed refused by Greek courts. Pezlar and Buchta were first arrested in September on charges of espionage. The charges are largely based around photographs of military installation the two took as part of their research for ArmA III, which takes place on a Greek island.

Since then, the two men have found their case unable to move forward due to strikes and other problems in the Greek legal system. They have spent more than two months incarcerated without trial. According to their families, the men are fed twice a day, and live in a cell with 25 other occupants.

The trial for espionage charges will go forward, although it remains in question as to when that trial will actually happen: The strikes crippling the Greek legal system have been extended until November 21st. Currently, the families of the two men are seeking the help of the Czech government to secure their freedom.

last 10 comments:
Apathy Curve(10:33 AM EST - Nov,17 2012 )
This is the end result of supporting communist partisans: the devil will always bite you in the ass. Roll panzers, Germany. We won't stop you this time.

-=WolverinE=-(10:49 AM EST - Nov,17 2012 )

Koogle(04:20 PM EST - Nov,17 2012 )
Legal injustice scumbums

Stumpus(06:07 PM EST - Nov,18 2012 )
Hey, we can rescue them in a mission in Arma III. Just publicity to hype the game, bit drastic mind. Lol.

psolord(06:26 AM EST - Nov,21 2012 )
I think I will pay them a visit and beat em up just to make sure they don't make Arma III as heavy as the previous ones. :twisted:

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