After spending a total of 128 days behind bars, Martin Pezlar and Ivan Buchta have reportedly been released on payment of a bail set at €5,000/each (approx. $6, 650), according to local reports. Held on espionage charges after allegedly taking illegal photography of Greek military bases on the islands of Lemnos and Agios Efstratios, the two were originally denied bail back in November of last year. Boehmia Interactive, the studio behind the upcoming ArmA III, still maintain Martin and Ivan were on the islands in question as part of a vacation.
The payment of the bail does not act as an immediate end to the legal action against the two developers, but a timeline has still not been set for continued court action, given the still active strike of Greek judges. However, both Martin and Ivan are free to return to their homes in the Czech Republic following bail payment.