Responding to this comment above, I understand that people in Keenan's situation need help, i see meny people suffering from addiction and most will never get help. I can sympathize with that.
However, you cannot possibly suggest, that because of his drinking problem that he should not go to jail! To my knowledge, being drunk is yet to be considered a defense for drinking and driving. It wouldn't be a defense for pulling a trigger or jabbing a knife either.
Having worked with Randy for several years, I can say that I haven’t met a more caring and genuine person. It’s a shame that such a wonderful guy has been so tragically killed, and yet nothing will change with either of our criminal justice systems when it comes to drunk driving.
It’s easy to say some made a wrong decision, but the consequences to drunk driving, and the number of people killed yearly by it is well known to most. It wasn’t a dumb decision, it was a criminal act, one that unfortunately too many choose. To the friends of Keenan Broussard, if your justice system is anything like ours in Toronto, other than some emotional scaring for your friend, the legal implications and penalty will likely be minimal. (unfortunately) PC 8147 54 Div