Czech Prosecutor To Decide This Month Whether To Take Randy Blythe To Trial
Prague police have completed their investigation into the Randy Blythe manslaughter case, two and a half years after the incident happened. Police in Czech Republic have suggested that Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe be returned to Czech custody, indicted and ordered to stand trial for the manslaughter of Daniel Nosek in 2010 following a Lamb of God concert.
The prosecutor's office now must rule whether to file charges against Blythe. Blythe was allowed to return back to the U.S. five weeks after being detained over this passed Summer but maintains he will return to Czech Republic to face charges if they are filed.
Prague City Prosecutor's Office Štěpánka Zenklová stated that "The applicant would like to decide by the end of November."