2013 Informational campaign launched

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Last friday, Czesktatelevision aired an interview with the families of the detainees. A informational campaign has been launched to raise more awareness. For more information turn on the english subtitles in the video.   Translation by Deadfast. SOURCE: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ct24/domaci/210470-rodiny-cechu-veznenych-v-recku-chystaji-informacni-kampan/

New year, new chances.

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While we are a a good week in the new year, Ivan and Martin are still detained in Greece, awaiting the decision of the second appeal. A decision (a rough estimation) on this appeal is expected in about 2 weeks. Today Ivan and Martin have been in jail in Greece for exact 1/3 of a year,… Read more »

Seasons greetings from Helpivanmartin

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Our 2012 Christmas wish : Light a candle for Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar! Lighting candles expresses more than words could ever say. Candles remind us of presence, assure us of warmth, promise us that someone cares and we care for each other. Light your candle, and send us a picture via @helpivanmartin on twitter.

Espionage and a video game in military camps on Lemnos

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On December 13, an article was published on kathimerini.gr -  a highly respectable newspaper in greece.The article is particlarly interesting as it shows the involvement of the Greek secret service in the case. Here is the full translation. *Espionage and a video game in military camps on Lemnos* Every day there are new episodes of the… Read more »

Christmas wishes from Ivan & Martin

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Letter from Greece

Today, the mailman brought us another message from Greece.  In this letter, Ivan send some personal messages to people who have send a Postcard via http://postcard.helpivanmartin.org  and a generic message for the whole community. So keep them Postcards coming, before you know it, you have a personal message from the detainees.