This might sound paradoxical but is it possible to commit crimes to actually instil justice? The movie Death note traces the acts of a law student who murders criminals who manage to escape the long arms of the law. Is this justifiable or should criminals be allowed a fair trial without being judged through tinted glasses? There is only so much the law can do, year after year criminals can escape scot-free and by then the damage has been done both psychologically and financially to the victims. Surely it is not wrong to kill criminals who have committed acts of atrocities since they have forfeited their own sanctity of life by callously killing others? What do you think?