Driver in fatal DUI crash: 'I'm truly...

Driver in fatal DUI crash: 'I'm truly sorry'

There are 39 comments on the The Southtown Star story from Jul 1, 2013, titled Driver in fatal DUI crash: 'I'm truly sorry'. In it, The Southtown Star reports that:

Last August, Bryan Bulger was out for a spin in his pride and joy - a 1978 Chevrolet Camaro that he had lovingly restored.

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Average Joe

Manhattan, IL

#23 Jul 2, 2013
I don't have an ounce of sympathy for this loser. He made the choices he made and has to live with the consequences. It does not matter what a drunk drivers profession is or his status in the community.

Chevy guy, you are a dick.
Chevy Guy

Melrose Park, IL

#24 Jul 2, 2013
Why so harsh , just looking for parts thats all .

“and how does this effect you?”

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#25 Jul 3, 2013
Oh, he's truly sorry, I guess that means no one is dead, sorry makes everything go away.
MADD

Tinley Park, IL

#26 Jul 3, 2013
Chevy Guy wrote:
Why so harsh , just looking for parts thats all .
Not the time or place fool!!!! Have you ever lost your son or brother??? I hope that you never have to experience such a horrible loss. I am just saying!
not sure

Plainfield, IL

#27 Jul 3, 2013
God forgives wrote:
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You are quoting something he said to his family, I see nothing wrong with it. What should he have said if anything?
He also apologized to the Bulger family:I want to apologize to the Bulger family, he said, his voice cracking with emotion.I acted immaturely and irresponsibly that night, and Im truly sorry.
Saying nothing at all to all parties would be callous and cold.
Maybe if he was SORRY after is first DUI or 5 speeding CONVICTIONS.. This would of NEVER happend? Just saying.
Nrod

Debary, FL

#28 Jul 3, 2013
woah wrote:
<quoted text> what would you say had he been a fire fighter who just saved 10lives and celebrated a little too carelessly and this had happened
. Justa hypothetical question that's all
I would say... WOW what a disgusting disgrace you are to the fire fighter brotherhood... Saving 10 lives doesn't excuse being careless and irresponsible while taking another.
woah

Manhattan, IL

#29 Jul 3, 2013
Bryans friend wrote:
<quoted text>To answer your ridiculous question with as much tact as I can muster up, I would say the same thing to anyone, regardless of their status, position, of affiliation. Facts are facts, he is a killer. He used his car as a weapon and he should rot in jail. I dont care if he has kids, a job, a mortgage.... all I know is I won't ever get to see what Bry's kids would look like, I will never stand up in his wedding, or go on another fishing trip with him. I will NEVER get to even talk to my friend again. His mother will never get to hug him again. His niece and nephews have no uncle. I dont care what the jerk who killed him did.for a living, wether he was a war hero or euthanized puppiea. Doesnt matter.
ok .ok. What if he sneezed , lost control of the car and plowed into a crowded bus stop. And say he sneezed because he was eating in the car/truck and was putting too much pepper on his French fries? Ban alcohol and u can't drive drunk! Done deal. As far as I see it they are avoidable accidents not intended murders.
Hmmmm

Chicago, IL

#30 Jul 3, 2013
Maybe if he wasn't going 83 on his phone while drunk and NEVER applying the breaks this would not of happened. This is not an accident at all. Giving different scenarios has nothing to do with THIS crash.
MADD

Tinley Park, IL

#31 Jul 3, 2013
Nrod wrote:
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I would say... WOW what a disgusting disgrace you are to the fire fighter brotherhood... Saving 10 lives doesn't excuse being careless and irresponsible while taking another.
No one is trying to disgrace fire fighters. This was just an example. Fire fighters, police officers, etc. are hero's in our world & put their lives on the line each day. Bryan's Dad has volunteered for 15+ years in his communities Emergency Management Agency & has assisted policemen & firemen often. If he went out one day & killed someone after drinking, we would feel the same way. Bottom line .... no one has any excuse to drink & drive. Everyone needs to be accountable for their actions. Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time.
Road Soda

United States

#32 Jul 3, 2013
Hey I need to get a 12 pack. Anyone want to take a ride with me and have a road soda?
ticket proof

Homer Glen, IL

#33 Jul 3, 2013
Road Soda wrote:
Hey I need to get a 12 pack. Anyone want to take a ride with me and have a road soda?
Nothing wrong with driving and having a few...We polish a case off on the way to sox game all the time. It's only 6 each
Average Joe

Manhattan, IL

#34 Jul 5, 2013
You speak the truth. There is NO excuse to drive drunk. It is a choice that fools makes. Laws need to be tougher on these idiots.
MADD wrote:
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No one is trying to disgrace fire fighters. This was just an example. Fire fighters, police officers, etc. are hero's in our world & put their lives on the line each day. Bryan's Dad has volunteered for 15+ years in his communities Emergency Management Agency & has assisted policemen & firemen often. If he went out one day & killed someone after drinking, we would feel the same way. Bottom line .... no one has any excuse to drink & drive. Everyone needs to be accountable for their actions. Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#35 Jul 5, 2013
ticket proof wrote:
<quoted text>Nothing wrong with driving and having a few...We polish a case off on the way to sox game all the time. It's only 6 each
Just as long as you hit a tree and not someone else. That way we don't lose sleep.
justme

Austin, AR

#36 Jul 5, 2013
MADD wrote:
<quoted text>No one is trying to disgrace fire fighters. This was just an example. Fire fighters, police officers, etc. are hero's in our world & put their lives on the line each day. Bryan's Dad has volunteered for 15+ years in his communities Emergency Management Agency & has assisted policemen & firemen often. If he went out one day & killed someone after drinking, we would feel the same way. Bottom line .... no one has any excuse to drink & drive. Everyone needs to be accountable for their actions. Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time.
I lost a cousin just before 9/11/01. He was killed by a drunk driver, both he and the drunk driver was killed in the accident. The drunk driver looked worse than my cousin, but it didn't make my cousin any less dead. You're are so right! There is NEVER an excuse to drink and drive. His brother has lost two siblings and his mother in a matter of a few years, and this was a totally senseless way to die.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#37 Jul 5, 2013
Road Soda wrote:
Hey I need to get a 12 pack. Anyone want to take a ride with me and have a road soda?
tool
happy

Manhattan, IL

#39 Jul 7, 2013
Four More wrote:
There should be an outcry to ban cars like their is for guns. Both are deadly weapons in the wrong hands.
Another dipshit. You really think this forum is the appropriate place for your "they can't take r guns" crap? Which is what it is-crap! By all means, post the proposed legislation that states they're going to take your guns. You can't! It doesn't exist! The NRA thanks you for believing their propaganda and increasing gun sales.
There is a difference between cars and guns: people who drive cars have to be trained and registered to use them. All cars have to have to be registered and report when they're sold to another person. If your caught misusing a car you receive a ticket and possible suspension. So, if you want to compare cars to guns then let's make it so that guns need to be monitored like cars.
rfi

Chicago, IL

#40 Jul 8, 2013
the purpose of trolling is to try to get bites or replies. looks like chevy guy got 3, so he has been successful.
Practice what you preach

Manhattan, IL

#45 Aug 29, 2013
MADD wrote:
I was in the courtroom yesterday & would like to say that the Bulger family conducted themselves with grace & dignity. They indeed respected the memory of Bryan. I cannot say the same for Rymut's family! His mother acted like a child, with her huffing & puffing comments throughout the proceedings. What a shameful display. I guess that the apple does not fall far from the tree!
WOW YOU ARE A VERY IGNORANT WOMAN!!
Get a life
Wow

Plainfield, IL

#46 Aug 30, 2013
Unbelievable how people forget what happened. A man was killed by a repeat drunk. He could of been the greatest guy ever. Still killed a man. And I know I'm happy that a repeat drunk driver/speeder is off the road. Scary that it could of been anyone. 86 mph crash unbelievable.

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