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Czech Blog Show Report Describes Blythe Incident From 2010

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Metalsucks.net posted an update on the Blythe arrest in Prague this week. A show review for the Lamb Of God performance on May 24, 2012, which involved the incident relating to the recent arrest was detailed in a Czech metal blog called "Sic Maggot," the full article of which can be found at this location.

Stressing that this is all conjecture at this point, according to the blog it appeared that Blythe was unhappy with a couple of fans who jumped on stage. One of the fans apparently was struck by Blythe multiple times and allegedly held him down while still singing. The fan was apparently taken to the hospital and later died from bleeding in the brain 14 days later.

The very, very rough translation (provided by Google) of the portion of the report related to the incident reads: "Randy behaved exactly as I expected from him. [A] [f]ucker, who pisses everyone. This was confirmed by several pretty fired [up] few fans. [Randy was] [v]ery bothered ... when someone decided to visit the [stage]. Maybe the first one that got hit by Randy quite a bit, jumped after him and held him down while he continued singing."

"When the fan got up Randy took him by the hair and threw down quite quickly. Only thanks to the gentleman was so [dazed] [he] ... felt nothing. The second but ended up a shade worse, [it took] a little longer ... [to get his] breath back. That's enough to Randy, [who] does behave quite pretentious, but the performance was important [to him]."

More information on the incident will be posted as received.

Source: MetalSucks

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I seen him

# Jun 29, 2012 @ 6:49 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. brandedcfh420 writes:

well, european fans need to realize that jumping on the stage has become something that is frowned upon now thanks to the Dimebag murder...kid got what he had coming to him...the security should be sued over this as well as they did a piss poor job of keeping kids off the stage...

# Jun 30, 2012 @ 8:16 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. GHOST writes:

"The fan was apparently taken to the hospital and later died from bleeding in the brain 14 days later."

Wait. First let's see some proof that the fan did, in fact, have a brain.

# Jul 2, 2012 @ 11:33 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. brandedcfh420 writes:

IT HAS BEEN REPORTED NOW THAT RANDY IS TO BE HELD FOR ANOTHER 10 DAYS. GUESS THEY WANT TO CONTINUE TO RAPE IT FOR ALL THEY CAN..........

# Jul 2, 2012 @ 1:04 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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5. ATX writes:

I'm really tired of seeing these "well people should know not to get on the stage" comments, I go to shows constantly where stage dives are allowed, look at Municipal Waste for f***s sake. Unless security had signs up that said no stage diving, or it's known not to do that at that particular venue he most likely was not aware of the beat down he should've expected.

Plus I've seen LOG a couple times and people jumped the stage a bunch....... Randy has been hitting stage runners forever....... If they don't want people up there then why does he seem entertained when shows go crazy?

The video I saw shows no evidence of him being a killer though.

# Jul 2, 2012 @ 5:49 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address

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