Q1. Concentration Camp
This was an easy one to answer. There is no reason to condemn another person to die for my actions. I'll pull the chair away. Yeah, that's horrible, but my son would understand.
Q2.Emergency Affair. ATTEMPT (low %) to save your spouse that turns out has been cheating on you, or save ensure the survival of spouses lover (guaranteed).
Well since you said I can't find loopholes, I guess it'd be stupid to ask for help. But since I can't do that, I guess I'm forced to help the person that is most in need, which is the guy bleeding to death. From what I understand, he will die very quickly if he is not helped. This has nothing to do with the fact she cheated on me. I would be telling my wife I love her the whole time. There's no reason not to hope she'll be saved, right?
Upon further reflection however, it would be hard for me NOT to work on my wife and do what I can to save her. That'd be probably what I do in that situation. I'd feel really bad letting someone die though...but I guess I can't abandon my family.
Q3. Your daughter has been raped in the past by your neighbor (has gone unpunished). Later, the neighbor's wife has been murdered, but based on you witnessing him at a restaurant the other night, it seems unlikely he was the perpetrator. Still he is facing conviction and will likely be found guilty. What would you do?
Tell the police that he was at the restaurant and tell them about the rape as well. I'm pretty sure they take child rape pretty damn seriously, whether or not there's evidence. Anyways, I'd tell the police that he was at the restaurant because there's no knowing whether his wife was a hired hit or the killer is still at large.
Q4. Pregnant woman, she is stuck (in both senses of the term) in a cave with a group of others. They will all drown upon the impending waves, but one man has dynamite that will help set them free, but ultimately kill the pregnant woman.
Nope, it's not right to condemn one person to die so that the rest may live. That's what happened on the Essex. Now, if the woman was willing to make a noble sacrifice...it'd still be freaking hard to know you're going to kill someone. I guess I have to die...
Q5. Car accident resulting in death. You are at fault, but another person comes by and she believes it was her doing. She seems ready to fess up to it which will likely result in a jail sentence. Will you acknowledge it was your fault and go to jail?
I'd admit I was at fault. Firstly because it's the right thing to do, and secondly because it's going to be very obvious based on the damage to my car and the blood and flesh on it that I killed them.
Q6. Bombs placed in multiple crowded areas. Many lives potentially lost, the perpetrator has been apprehended, but will not divulge information. Torture is an open to make him open up -- do you think it's justifiable in this situation? What if he refuses to talk? Do you believe we should torture his wife if it's the only means of making him talk?
Yes, in my opinion, this is a good instance to use torture on a person. He isn't going to die, and he stubbornly refuses to give up. This is the old Dirty Harry dilemma. However, his wife should not be used to get him to confess.