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A Cleveland heavy-metal band has turned to an online audience to fight the parole of the man who killed one of its guitarists in 1988, the latest use of Internet petitions to attempt to influence parole boards. The Ohio parole board said Tuesday it would consider online petitions filed in the case of Robert Bedzyk, who was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for killing Destructor guitarist Dave Iannicca. But one Internet expert said such drives can overstate the backing for an issue because of easy accessibility.
There are always 3 versions. Yours, Ours and then the "Truth" which is a combination of both versions.
Robert Bedzyk was advised by his attorney not to testify on his own behalf.
Bottom line: David lost his life, this is very tragic. Robert is very remorseful about that and has been in prison for 21 years because of it, he does not denying the fact that his actions caused David's death. But, I can tell you that there was a fist fight that happened at the car. He was trying to leave on foot after the fight because he couldn't get his car out of the parking lot.
Robert was charged with Voluntary Manslaughter but this band's testimony during the trial that the stabbing was unprovoked led the jury to come back with a indictment of Murder.
We have a petition to have him released.
We are challenging anyone who knows the real "TRUTH" of what happened that night to come forward. "THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE"