The Arma developers that were caught in Greece and suspected for “espionage”, have finally been released on bail.
Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar from Bohemia Interactive are free on bail, and will return to the Czech Republic after having spent 128 days in Greek prison. Apparently the two developers were taking images of army compounds on the island of Lemnos. The first story was that they were taking photos to use for their upcoming Arma game. However, afterwards the official story was they were simply there on vacation.
Regardless of which, the two men are now free to go home. The bails were 5,000 Euros each. That being said, they’re still not “free” per say. They will most likely be tried at a later date for the charges of espionage, but at least they can return home to their families.