Randy Blythe reportedly released from Czech prison
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
A spokesperson for the Czech prison Randy [Blythe of Lamb of God] was being held at confirmed that he was released yesterday afternoon. The Prague Municipal Court’s ruling against the prosecutor of the Prague 8 District Court was made on Thursday afternoon behind closed doors.
“The decision was reached yesterday at the end of a 16-hour closed session. The only condition of release was the approximately 8 million Czech Koruna bail,” Prague court spokeswoman Martina Lhotáková said.
Randy Blythe’s Czech attorney Martin Radvan told Radio Prague that he expects the Lamb Of God frontman to be able to return home, but will have to return to the Czech Republic to face trial. -[Metalhammer]
Sounds like FOR NOW, the nightmare is over. God bless, Randy.
Randy Blythe was charged with manslaughter after a fan died during a show in Prague on May 24, 2010. He was detained shortly before he was set to play a different venue in the same city.