Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar are employees of Bohemia Interactive, the company which is developing ArmA III. 70 days ago, they were arrested in Greece on charges of espionage, and have been in a jail cell ever since. Due to a strike in the Greece’s legal system (it’s not a happy fun-time in that country right now) they are having to wait much longer than usual in order to have their appeal heard.

Because of this, they have been denied bail from detainment, and are being held longer. They have been staying in a cell which contains over 25 people including themselves, and they must sleep on the ground. According to the family members of these employees, their attitude has changed since they were initially detained, and they are asking to be saved. Additionally, Bohemia Interactive has created a website to show support for them.

Source: Eurogamer