I was watching house the other day and they had an episode where a dictator of a small African country was being treated. Being their doctors, they could kill him and quite easily claim it was simply a simple mistake, we misdiagnosed him. Which is what chase ended up doing, he killed a man by faking test results that was planning a genocide as soon as he got back to his country.
Alright so here are the facts:
1) He is planning the genocide of a minority in his country and makes no qualms about acknowledging this fact
2) he claims his generals are all, pathetic bureaucrats that are more likely too negotiate then act.
(from this claim I took the impression that he was in fact the lynch pin behind this whole plan and the central driving force.)
3) Several assassination attempts have already been made on his life, by any of these taking place he instantly becomes a martyr and his proposed plan will definitely go into affect. However if he dies of complications of an illness, then he isn't a martyr just an old man that died
4)Chances are the united nations and no other country will step in too stop the genocide. Rwandan Genocide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
5) he has already supported taking children filling them with drugs, and then teaching then to brutally torture for fun as a means of controlling this minority.
Facts are he's a douch, who legitimately thinks what he's doing is the right thing. Killing him will very likely stop the genocide, and it can be played off as a simple mistake in diagnosis. Do you kill this man? If so why? if not why not?