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The Lone Survivor was a story of four navy SEALS who came to Afghanistan for the operation against Al Qaeda leader Sharmak who was responsible for the tragedy of the World Trade Center It was the turn of America to take an action against it by capturing Sharmak Marcus the only survivor has told about the horrific experiences in Afghanistan and how his friends died in the mountains of Hindu Kush During the operation they came across three goat herders whom they suspected to be related to goat herders The SEAL officers couldnt decide that what they should do with them whether they should execute the goat herders or let them go They couldnt trust them They tried to get connected with head quarter but they were not picking up the call At the end they decided that whether to let them free or to kill them Morally legally and strategically it was difficult to make a decision This was a dangerous task which could even lead to their deathsIf we look to this argument from moral point of view it is very wrong to kill the unarmed civilians Those goat herders were not friendly at all Along with that they even told they were not Talibans but we cannot trust them as their intensions were not clear The chances are that the goat herders would tell Sharmak and his men This would lead to a serious trouble in a way that Talibans would try to look down for SEALS They had only two choices left either to kill them and assure their security or to let them go and get ready to be killed by Talibans They could save themselves or three unarmed civilians They were there in behalf of America to take blood revenge They knew that letting goat herders go would cost then their lives hence they have justification for killing those unarmed civilians However they did not have legal right to
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