Randy Blythe and the rest of Lamb of God are off American soil.
The band’s in Prague, not to play a show, but for the start of Blythe’s trial on bogus manslaughter charges.
TheGauntlet.com claims that Vladimir Jablonsky, the lawyer representing Randy, says that Blythe “will be present at his hearing on February 4.”
So will the rest of Lamb of God, who will be there showing solidarity and that they support their friend and bandmate.
Of course, Blythe is accused of interacting with a fan during a May 2010 show. The fan dove from the stage several times, sustaining a head injury he later died from.
The prosecution claims that Blythe had something to do with the head injury occurring.
Blythe — who recently said he was mentally preparing for the court proceedings — was detained in Prague in June, and spent five weeks in a jail cell during pre-sentence bail hearings.
Blythe maintains his innocence.
We will be bringing you all the latest from the trial as we learn it.
Any readers in Prague want to attend the trial and report back?
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