I had surmised that the bold and red was for emphasis not directed at ehellions.
But *we* are the only ones who were going to see it.
So why emphasize
in bold, red, extra-large font
at *us* that someone's name was not being used? Particularly the name of a person very few of us had any cause to know?
A few people here have noted that they watched and were amused by the movies in which Mr. Dunn starred and presumably enjoyed the antics of the character Mr. Dunn played.
Mr. Hartwell was a friend of Mr. Dunn's, and evidently was a stunt driver, so perhaps his name was known to those who follow that level of credits.
There was no reason for anybody here to name Mr. Hartwell; however, in not naming him, *we* did not ignore the fact that Mr. Dunn killed someone else in the accident.
And as noted, Mr. Hartwell is hardly a wholly innocent victim in this matter.
Mr. Hartwell chose to ride as a passenger despite the fact Mr. Dunn had been drinking. And if Mr. Dunn was in fact driving recklessly, that behavior on the part of Mr. Dunn was likely known to Mr. Hartwell.