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But, nonetheless, I think that an assumption of moral innocence underpins Thomson’s idea of a bystander. Imagine a case similar to Bridge, but with one important difference: Malicious Bridge:  Victim is fleeing Murderer, who wants to kill him. Victim’s only escape route is across a narrow bridge that can hold only one person at a time. Pedestrian is out for a walk on the bridge. Pedestrian could easily get off the bridge in time to allow Victim to escape Murderer. But she dislikes Victim and decides to stay where she is, realizing that this will impede Victim’s escape.

This seems to me sufficient to make her a legitimate target of defensive force. But her causal role is identical to that of a wholly innocent person who simply cannot get off the bridge in time. So, the responsible bystander option strikes me as implausible. And there are other reasons not to adopt it. If we take the option of arguing for a category of responsible bystanders of the sort that McMahan seems to have in mind, we must reject the view that bystanders are not causally involved in what threatens Victim’s life.

If we take the option of arguing for a category of responsible bystanders of the sort that McMahan seems to have in mind, we must reject the view that bystanders are not causally involved in what threatens Victim’s life. After all, not just any wrongdoing will render a person a morally responsible bystander whom Victim can permissibly kill. Victim may not kill Pedestrian because, for example, she is cheating on her husband or fiddling her tax returns. Moral responsibility for these wrongs will not do.

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