Lamb of God's Randy Blythe Bail Release In Doubt Again
It's believed his liberty will be decided at last at a hearing in Prague on Friday. If he's not allowed to leave prison then, he's likely to remain there until his trial – which may not begin for another six to twelve months.
Blythe has still not been charged in the manslaughter investigation connected with the death of fan Daniel Nosek after a concert in 2010. It's alleged Blythe was responsible for a head injury he may have received during the show in the Czech Republic, which could have led to his death from a brain hemorrhage a month later.
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