Suppose, your parents committed a crime; and they was tried and sentenced to Death.
And, that same Death penalty was passed on to you; and future family members. What would you think or do?
Now, suppose someone in behalf of you and your family comes along and sacrificially accept that pending Death penalty; so that you and future family members may live. What would you think of that person? And, what would you say to that person?
Tryone, I agree with your answer; concerning accoutibility. But, there is more to the sentence above. Double click on Suppose, your parents.......; and read the entire scenario. Then, answer the questions.
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