olivia's comment history

olivia said...

I find it ironic that I'm considered crazy because I don't agree with drinking and driving or that I can't find sympathy for Keenan. How do you expect someone to forgive Keenan for killing an innocent man. Randy didn't die from being on the job or a desease, he was killed because your friend didn't call a cab. You may think I'm crazy and the rest of the bloggers are too but maybe you should as Keenan why he keeps doing this. Why didn't he learn from his first DUI charge, did he think it didn't matter. I can't forgive someone who chooses not to take responsiblity for his actions. From what I understand he is out of jail and free to do as he pleases. How is this fair?

November 1, 2008 at 5:04 p.m.
olivia said...

I'm one of Alison's sisters and I can't believe what I'm reading about Keenan and his problems. Eveyone has problems deal with it. Ever time Keenan took a drink and drove drunk he knew that he could potentinally harm someone. The message above forgives Keenan, may I say this person doesn't speak for our family.

Knowning that Keenan will only serve 1 year for killing someone is no punishment. For the people who continue to defend Keenan how many more excuses do you have left?

October 25, 2008 at 3:29 p.m.
olivia said...

To the friends of keenan, I'm 11 years old and my brother is 7, Alison is our aunt and Randy is our uncle. Can you please explain to us why our uncle was killed and why your friend was drinking and driving late at night. Even at 11 I know that you call someone responsible to drive you home.

October 22, 2008 at 7:18 p.m.
olivia said...

To the friends of Keenan how dare you compare this act to that of a bad decision. As a family member of Alison let me tell you your friend's bad decision(as you call it)left Randy dead. His so called bad decision resulted in the doctor's having to piece Alison's head back together. Keenan family has no idea what suffering is. They still get to see him, hug me and talk to him. What does Alison get. She relives the accident every day and hears it in her sleep. The only way a lesson will be learnt is if Keenan is made an example and punished to the fullest extent of the law to never see freedom.

October 21, 2008 at 9:24 p.m.
olivia said...

I find it difficult to believe that this is the first time this man has driven drunk. When a person gets into a car drunk it now becomes a weapon just like a gun. This man took the life of someone who protected our city from men like this. Randy's wife, Alison who is a victim as well must try to go on without her husband and deal with the fact that the man who took Randy's life will have minimal consequences to his actions. It has been commented that Keenan deserves a second chance well I ask you doesn't Randy deserve a second chance too. How would you feel if your spouse, daughter/son or friend was killed by a drunk driver would you want them to have a second chance?

October 21, 2008 at 8:11 p.m.

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