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When September 13th rolls around on the calendar, there are going to be a lot of pissed off Lamb of God who would love to strangle Czech prosecutors and judges. The band is scheduled to play a show at the Comerica Theater, but the future doesn’t look so bright for the fans and Randy Blythe as the vocalist continues to be detained in the Czech Republic on charges of manslaughter.
As of this post, the singer has posted his bail of $200,000, but it seems that this large sum of money isn’t good for the Czech Republic. According to reports, Blythe’s manager is awaiting new details of bail for Blythe’s release, but won’t know until tomorrow.
“In a closed session, which was originally scheduled for July 19 but took place earlier than planned, a panel of municipal judges reportedly dismissed the Prague State Attorney's Office complaint against Blythe's release on bail. In addition, the court increased Blythe's bail from $200,000 — which has already been paid — to $400,000, which is said to be equivalent to twice Randy's annual income.” (Blabbermouth.net)
Read more about it here at the Prauge Monitor.