'ArmA III' developers jailed in Greece send letter to fans

Two Bohemia Interactive developers who have been jailed on the Greek island of Lemnos after allegations of espionage, have sent a letter to fans.

Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar, who were arrested as spies researching the upcoming title ArmA III, sent a letter to fans thanking them for their support after 81 days in jail awaiting trial. You can read the entire letter at the site set up by Bohemia Interactive hoping to help their fellow jailed developers.

The letter, along with a 150 person petition, was posted outside of the Greek embassy in Prague. The letter states;
“After tiring two months it is important for us to hear (well, read) words of encouragement and to learn we are not forgotten. We are treated well, but we feel we should rather be with our families than here.

“Your effort makes it easier to handle: we enjoy the postcards, community news, pictures and puzzles which are being regularly send by this website’s magnificent staff, It seem that it will take some time before we could return home and there is certainly much to overcome.

“We do our best to stay optimistic and use this time well: we read, we walk, we chat and discuss and Martin even does some pt. We’ve already walked hundred of kilometres, read thousands of pages, but our thoughts are always with our families, friends and people who help us in any way.”
Here's hoping Ivan and Martin see favorable results soon!