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Speluncean Explorers v Court of General Instances of theA Five members of the Speluncean Society went into a cave to explore While they were in the cave a landslide occurred covering the entrance and trapping them inB Twenty days later after the entrapment messages were sent from the explorers to a rescue team outside of the caveC The explorers explained their conditions and rations to doctors and asked if they would be able to survive until the predicted date they would be saved The doctors said noD Eight hours later Roger Whetmore speaking on behalf of the explorers asked if they could survive if they ate one of their own The doctors said yesE Whetmore than asked the doctors if it would be advisable to cast lots to determine who should be eaten The doctors didnt answer He then asked if any judge official minister or priest was present none of the rescuers said they wereF On the twenty third day Whetmore was eatenG Whetmore was the explorer who came up with the idea of killing someone in order for the others to surviveH Whetmore also came up with the idea of rolling dice to decide who would be killedI After the rescue of the four remaining explorers on the thirty second day the survivors were indicted for the murder of Roger WhetmoreIs being trapped in a cave with little chance to live an exception to the statute NCSA NS12-ANo The Supreme Court sentenced the four survivors to death for the murder of Roger WhetmoreThe Supreme Court was evenly divided so the original conviction of murder from the Court of General Instances was affirmedLaw and morality most definitely share a relationship Lon L Fuller the author of The Case of the Speluncean
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