I can speak for a good amount of people that forgot he was ALIVE until this happened. I think it was a low blow on his part, and at least partially calculated.
If all that many people had forgotten he was alive, this story would never have made the big time.
Honestly, I think this is a ridiculous case of shooting the messenger. Dunn was the one who screwed up. Why aren't you upset at the man who went out and killed his friend
? And could have killed many more? Low blows? Man, there are some low blows that *could* have been made, that make a statement that Dunn should never have been allowed behind the wheel in the first place look pretty innocuous.
He was drunk. He was driving insanely recklessly. He killed himself and a friend.
That's what his fans should be upset about.