In the extremely unlikely event I'd stand around asking them about their drug habits, I wouldn't play God to create this into some moral scenario. Who can judge a whole life in all its failings and potential in 30 seconds?
I'd like to say, I'd just grab the first sorry lad and try to save the next one too. Hopefully, we'd both be too out of breath from working hard to have a discussion about Mrs Sukdev's depression.
I agree that Sukhdev harms others and is probably the most in control of his actions, but he also has more dependents than any others. Two very young kids and a wife who's already on the edge - him dying has potential to destroy the whole family
DAMN I THOUGHT WE WERE KILLING ONE, I VOTED FOR SALLY BUT WANTED HER TO DIE!!! Dang, whipe one off Sally and add it to John
I would have to choose at random because I don't honestly think anyone is in a position to justify who gets to die and who gets to live. Everyone is a victim of their circumstances and everyone is equal.
I'd save Sukhdev first, as much as he doesn't seem like the perfect human being, he has the most people depending on him
Then Sally, she doesn't seem like a bad person and she can turn her life around
Those 2 are pretty close in terms of morality for me
John is a tool