Trial to begin at later date.
By Tim Colwill on January 16, 2013 at 12:09 pm
Great news overnight as the ArmA III developers held on charges of espionage in Greece have been granted bail and allowed to return home. Bail was posted at 5000 Euros each, but the pair are not free of charges yet and will have to return to face court at some point in the future — once the Greek justice system stops being on strike.
The news comes after Czech President Václav Klaus interceded on behalf of the pair, urging the Greek Prime Minister to release them as soon as possible. Bohemia Interactive cited the jailing as a large part in their decision to delay ArmA III until some time in 2013.
According to the Help Ivan and Martin website, the pair have been in jail for 128 days.
Source: Help Ivan & Martin