Too bad he isn’t one of the three Czech judges overseeing the Lamb of God frontman’s ongoing manslaughter trial.
Slash was interviewed by some lame-ass site and was asked about Randy Blythe’s case.
“I know as much as I’ve been told from everybody I know in that camp,” says Slash, who was in the Czech Republic.
Weird to think that Slash knows people in the Lamb of God camp. I never would have imagined the Lamb dudes knew Slash on that kind of a level. I will have to ask Chris Adler about that.
“It’s a strange, unique situation. I think that when he first came over here and put up his bail and they never let him out and they kept paying and they kept paying and paying and paying, and they never let him out. I said, ‘What the fuck is going on there?’ I mean, that’s a whole different type of law, to me, where it’s just different. And so finally they let him out, and now it’s actually going to trial. And I really don’t think he, in any way, shape of form, is guilty.”
“So they’re gonna let this thing run its course, I suppose. And because the judicial system here is so different, that he was able to stay in jail here so long, who knows what the verdict is gonna end up being?! It’s hard to say. And I guess witnesses didn’t show up and they had to postpone it. It’s a very long and, unfortunately, it’s a very expensive process. It’s, like, fuck… Really?!”
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