Would you turn him in?
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This isn't meant ot be the easiest question, so you only have two options. No semantic arguing, just answer it.
Theoretically speaking, lets pretend a serial killer is on the loose. We found 130 of his victims under the ocean, butchered in body bags. Each one of his victims are killers and other severely heinous criminals. Most of these criminals were never convicted merely because of legal loop holes (ex: Finding sperm linking the killer to the victim, but improperly seized, thus the case dismissed).
Now, theoretically lets pretend this serial killer goes around killing these heinous killers and he is never wrong - meaning exactly just that, his victims are indeed definitive killers the law itself is unable to handle and he stresses the art of unreasonable doubt before choosing his victim.
He has never taken the life of an innocent nor will he ever, so in essence, he will never theoretically become a problem with the innocent. Imagine Dexter or Boondock Saints, in theory.
Lets pretend this is all 100%. You found this person and discovered his actions. Would you turn him in to the authorities or let him take out the garbage?