Lamb of God's Randy Blythe Vows To Clear His Name
He was set free on Thursday after five weeks in jail and arrived home in the US last night. He'd been arrested in June in connection with the 2010 death of fan Daniel Nosek at a Lamb of God concert in Prague.
Nosek died a month after the show, during which he'd rushed the stage at least three times. It's alleged he sustained a head injury after being pushed off the platform, and that later led to the brain haemorrhage that killed him. There appears to be no evidence that the injury was sustained at the concert, or that Blythe was involved in any way.
Although never charged with any crime, prosecutors objected to his bail twice. A final 16-hour hearing saw the court overruling all protests and setting him free.
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