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Prague Reporter On Randy Blythe Legal Proceedings: “It Could Take Six Months”

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 12, 2012

According to Blabbermouth this morning, WTVR-TV, the CBS television affiliate based in Virginia, spoke to Jonathan Crane, a reporter with the Prague Post. Crane has been very involved in the news related to the arrest of Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe.

According to The Gauntlet, they were contacted by a lawyer in the Czech Republic, who stated that he has “never heard of bail being issued, paid, and the accused still remaining in jail without a charge from the prosecutor.”

In the interview, which you can check out right here, Crane explains to WTVR-TV how there is still a huge question mark hanging over the embattled vocalist’s future, stating, “It could be days, it could even be weeks”. “Our legal experts said that sometimes these things could take up to months. The legal expert said it could take six months,” said Crane, referring to the trial.

Crane has also come out with a statement from the Prague State Attorney’s spokesperson Štepánka Zenklová, who has explained how a complaint was made to challenge his release on bail. Zenklová told the Prague Daily Monitor, however, that she will not give details on said complaint. Crane, on the other hand, has said that he can see no grounds on which to complain.

The video of the 2010 incident that left a 19-year-old fan dead surfaced a while ago, however, Crane has detailed the unreliability of the footage, with friends of the deceased, known only as Daniel Nosek, saying that isn’t their mate in the video, as well as saying that it is their mate, but he jumped on stage a fourth time, which was not captured on film. Apparently That was when he received the fatal blow. The whole thing is starting to seem as dodgy as ever. Randy’s attorney and wife are currently in Prague and returning on Saturday; that does not imply Randy will be returning home with them.

A photo has also been released to the public of Nosek on stage with Blythe.

Hmm…

Blythegate continues!

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