I was refraining myself from posting a comment, as I did not see the necessity of getting involved in the contradicting parties. Nevertheless, as I would read every single comment, it would boggle my mind how selfish everyone is. There are two sides hurting here, I along with a great majority of this board is a family member of Alison. In my mind, there was no ‘bad decision’ here nor does he deserve a third chance. You cannot justify drinking and driving a bad decision. A bad decision would be wearing sandals in the rain, drinking and getting behind the wheel is a criminal act, nothing less. However, I am sure there are people on Keenan’s ‘side’ who are hurting the same, they may not have lost someone physically, however, by the sounds of it I am pretty sure drinking has taken a great deal of his life away. To be quite honest, I do not care about anything to do with this man, even though I have forgiven him. He does need help, I will agree with that, and in all truthfulness I hope he receives that help, so no one will have to fall victim to him again. When it comes down to it, no matter how well either side argues their point across, it will not take the hurt, pain, and scars that Alison and our family has suffered from due to this. One mans selfish act, has in turn caused hurt on both ‘sides’ and I do believe we need to acknowledge that, but not forget the innocent mans life that was taken away and the loss that Alison has suffered.