Walter has been judged guilty of a murder he didn't commit. He knows the identity of the guilty person, but doesn't reveal it. It so happens that this person, Hewitt, has saved the lives of several people. Is one life the equivalent of another? Is one life saved the equivalent of one life taken? Rather are there not those who transform the state of things, risking failure, and those who are just as happy to ignore murders taking place?
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