Re: Sasuke can be forgiven because he never really killed anyone?
Neither did Deidara, Orochimaru, Itachi, and probably a couple of more Akatsuki members, but that doesn't change the fact that they were considered criminals mainly because of the gang they were affiliated with. Bee was never captured, but it was the attempt. Hurh... If I attempt to rob a bank but fail, do I still not face an incriminous penalty? If I attempt to kill someone, do I still not face an incriminous penalty? Are you even trying here?
Originally Posted by FTG V2
First of all, Danzou isn't Konoha's dictator, so he can't give an order of this magnitude as he has superiors in Konoha. Secondly, what's your point? He is still a man of prestige position in Konoha and killing him is an offense. Do you think if a government official ordered your family dead and you came back and murdered him, you would just go about your life willy-nilly without being charged? Lol-able. Do you know how many times in history America has started issues by killing and when the victims retaliate, America is like, "Wtf, they started this, time for war" and super-impose their dominance?
He fought Danzo and brought him to death? the same man who gave the order for his Clan to be killed.
Just messed yourself up there. "Karin was a criminal" why? We know nothing about her to accuse her of being a criminal, except that she was a part of Orochimaru's gang, which Sasuke was too, so in the very same respects, that makes him a criminal.
Karin was intended to be killed by Sasuke when latter pierced Danzo? Karin was a criminal who worked for Oro
so how is that a crime?
Sasuke also tried to kill Sakura when latter played to kill Karin? Sakura was the one who wanted to kill Sasuke and Sasuke only did what any person would do....kill them before they kill you.
None of this things you listed is a crime.
This topic is sad, the assumption that Sasuke should be forgiven because he "never killed anyone technically" is sad for various reasons; one being that people only think homicide is the only form of criminal activity, and another being that people think an action is considered criminous or not if it is (or isn't) justifiable - homicide is still homicide no matter in what respects.
Let's have some fun and use that half-assed logic shall we...
"Why did Konoha hate (and consider a criminal) Orochimaru, he should have been forgiven because technically he didn't kill anyone in Konoha, pre-chuunin exams and post chuunin exams [hell he didn't even attack the village, it was his people, can he be held accountable for their actions? There's always a choice, and they chose to attack Konoha, they could have easily said no]"
Not sure if this topic and its posters are trolling seriously... or seriously trolling...