Today, Randy Blythe was back in a Prague court as his manslaughter trial resumed with psychology experts taking the stand.
TheGauntlet claims one court expert stated today Blythe “may have some antisocial personality traits,” and explained Blythe had previously been cited and fined for speeding and public disobidience.
A psychiatrist testified next, stating that in her analysis, Randy “didn’t meet several of the conditions for antisocial personality disorder.”
Also taking the stand today was the security guard that came down to the stage and can be seen on video footage from the concert Lamb of God played in 2010, throwing a fan to the ground and warning him to relax.
A female fan, 19, also told the court today she saw Randy “push Daniel Nosek with a lot of force on the shoulders off the stage.”
She was in the front row at the concert at the Abaton when the alleged interaction between Nosek ad Blythe took place.
She went on to state that when Dan fell into the crowd, the crowd parted and he fell to the floor.
Nosek died two weeks later from head injuries.
Blythe’s lawyers filed an expert brief on body mechanics “to shed light on how the victim’s body would fly off the stage along with the injuries he could have suffered,” says TheGauntlet.
The prosecutor, Vladimir Muzik, objected to that evidence.
A verdict can possibly be expected tomorrow.
Blythe faces 5 to 10 years in jail if convicted.
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