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  1. For me, there is no ethical dilemma. It is vital to isolate them from society, no matter who they are.

    As a bonus, his roof probably leaked. From a good life, people do not commit such actions. It follows that there is no guarantee that tomorrow his roof will not leak again and he will not become a danger to me and other family members.

    I don't see any betrayal here, human life is worth about the same, no matter if it's a relative or not. In this case, there are many human lives on one side of the scale, and restrictions on freedom on the other.

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