Would you turn in a family member who is on the run for a criminal action ?

@ronnyb (6125)
Jamaica
December 9, 2008 12:06pm CST
The issues here are loyalty versus morality .What if you decide to choose morality and turn the person in, what would your family members say of you .Maybe they would think that you broke some kind of family code? Or is it that you don’t think you could live with yourself?.What though if you thought they were not guilty of the crime they are accused of? What if you knew that the death penalty could result? WOULD YOU STILL TURN THEM IN ?
2 responses
@suzzy3 (8370)
9 Dec 08
I have already nad to do this years ago it was not very nice thing to have to do,but circumstances left me no option,but I would do it again if I needed to.
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@ronnyb (6125)
• Jamaica
9 Dec 08
You took the moral high ground I see and I can only respect you more ,I hope if the circumstances arise I will be able to do the same thing.
@rvangeld (334)
• United States
10 Dec 08
I would turn anyone who has committed a crime in. I may be upset about it, but they did something wrong and they need to pay, like everyone else does.