R vs Dudley and Stephens

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I'm sure many if you have heard about this case, but for those of you who haven't, what is your verdict and why??

There had been a crew on a yacht and they had encountered a storm in which their boat sank. They had to survive in a small boat. All they had was 11lb of turnips. They had slowly began to run out of food. It was proposed they draw lots to decide who should be killed to save the rest. The following day, dudley killed a 17 year old boy (who was the weakest member if the crew) and the rest if the crew fed on his body and blood for four days before being rescued. Dudley and Stephens, the guy who approved if the killing, were charged with murder.

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