Lamb Of God-Sänger Randy Blythe kann sein Prag-Kapitel nun endlich abschließen. Zum Ende seines Aufenthalts in der tschechischen Hauptstadt sprach er nach den Gerichtsverhandlungen nochmals mit der Familie des verstorbenen Daniel Nosek und schloss Frieden mit ihnen.
Über das respektvolle letzte Zusammentreffen schrieb er in einem Facebook-Post, bevor er Prag als freier Mann den Rücken kehrte.
Das Statement im O-Ton lest ihr hier:
“I am leaving Prague now — I hope not to return for a long while. This has nothing to do with this city, the people who live here, or the Czech Republic itself at all. This is a wonderful place, and many people have been kind to me. Not a single soul here has been rude or mean to me at all, nor done me any harm — in fact, it is quite the opposite. I have grown to love this city, for it is a marvelous, magical town. I encourage everyone to come visit here, to see this lovely country. But for me it is a place of great sadness.
While I am relieved that my innocence was proven and apparently I shall not be going to prison, I am in no way shape or form a happy man right now. The small inconveniences I have been through since my arrest are not noteworthy. People go through much worse daily and still keep a smile on their faces, but currently my smiles are far and few between. A young man is still dead, and his family still suffers. Please remember that fact. This family did no wrong, and have shown me great kindness — with silence, with actions, and finally with words — they spoke on my behalf to the court, and we had a private talk afterwards.
All I will say about that is that they were very kind to me and displayed the utmost strength and class and wished me a good life. They just want to get on with their lives the best they can. I wish them only the best, and will keep them in my thoughts and prayers. Please do the same — think good thoughts of them and healing thoughts for them. Trust me, they are good people, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart. They did NOTHING wrong.
Rest in peace, Daniel Nosek.”
Ein Video von Blythes Schlussplädoyer seht ihr hier:
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