Jackass star Ryan Dunn died in a high speed car crash on Monday, and Westboro Baptist Church, a radical church group, said Dunn is in hell, in torment, and his sentence is eternal, but did he really deserve to die?
Westboro has slammed the arrogant jackass for his vulgar stunts and said, God will not acquit an arrogant, proud, filth-loving sinner, who spent every ounce of every resource God gave him to pimp grotesque, nasty (and not even slightly funny) sin!
“In His wrath, God cut off this young man in the prime of his life, because he made a mock of sin, and taught his fellow man to grievously sin against God!... Reality for Ryan Dunn: Hell moved from beneath to greet him; sentence is eternal! No stunt man to stand in!” said the church in a press release.
“Dunn isn’t mocking now! He’s in torment!” the church added.
In addition, the church made it clear that they are going to stop any efforts for Dunn’s public funeral. “WBC will picket any public memorial/funeral held for Dunn, warning all not to make a mock of sin, and to fear and obey God,” said the church.
The date for the public funeral is not yet announced.
Dunn already has record for his reckless driving habits. In 2005, he was driving under the influence and crashed his car in West Whiteland Township. At that time, his charge was dismissed by completing a program designed for first-time, nonviolent offenders.
On Monday, toxicology test revealed that Dunn’s blood alcohol concentration was 0.196 percent, which is more than twice the 0.08 legal limit in Pennsylvania.
Before the drive, Dunn is said to have ordered the entire bar and was drinking heavily.
“He was drinking quick. He ordered for the entire bar,” said a person who was drinking with Dunn that night.
According to people present at the bar, Dunn drank more than one kind of alcohol - at least three beer and four shots of whiskey.
In addition to his drunkenness, Dunn was driving his Porsche 911 GT3 at the speed around 140 mph at a 55 mph zone (i.e. nearly 3 times the permissible speed limit).
Dunn was driving the car on Route 322, which veered off the road, flipped, and then crashed into a patch of trees around 2:38 a.m. The car immediate caught fire and both Dunn and his friend Zachary Daniel Hartwell who were in the car died in the flame.
Did Dunn deserve such a horrible death at the young age of 34? Of course no one truly deserves to die such a terrible death, Westboro's condemnations not withstanding, but the way Dunn led his life, flirting with danger and death, the outcome was inevitable.