clintmemo wrote:Does it still count as a rescue if the thing you are trying to rescue is uncooperative?
At one point does a rescue become an eviction?
My view is that it all rests on the definition of rescue.
If you have classified something as a rescue then it is necessary.
In such a case the subject doesn't get a say in it any more.
In the extreme case where lack of rescue would result in death, you are merely preventing suicide.
Similarly, if it is a rescue then that trumps any consideration of whether or not it is an eviction; that distinction is irrelevant.
They can argue about their human rights and so on once you've made sure they are going to live long enough to do so.
Lawyers' gotta eat too!