Dafad Ddu (dafadddu) wrote in cerebralmusings,
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Deep thought of the day..

Is there ever a time when it is ethical to kill an innocent person- for any reason, in any way?

Is there ever a time when it is ethical to murder an innocent person- young or old, male or female, light or dark-skinned?

What would this time be?

And how does the act of killing an innocent person- even for perceived benifit to the murderer or to other persons who are not involved with the murder- affect the innocence of the murderer themselves?

What possible scenario would make the murder of an innocent person justified and ethical?

IS there such a time?

And how do we, mere humans, make that determination?
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