There's this man named Adam. He's a pretty fucked up guy: he steals, kills women and children and tortures people. Adam is the leader of a group called "The Bastards." This group is in conflict with the common people of Teller city - commiting horrible acts on the citizens. One day, Adam travels to a region of the land he's never been to. He walks inside a bus station where a man, who has never knew of Adam or his crimes, shoots and kills him. The mystery man kills Adam because of the clothes he was wearing. It was an act of hatred, and his intentions were that of hate. As a result of Adam's death, "The Bastards" are crippled from a lack of leadership, and fall apart. Teller city is now free from senseless crime and hatred. No more evil. Now, my questions: 1) Did Adam's murderer commit an evil act even though he brought peace to an entire city?? 2) The people of the land where Adam died saw his death as an act of evil, senseless murder. Where as Teller city saw it as a blessing and an act of good on the murderer's behalf. Did Adam's murderer do good when he shot him to death even though his intentions were bad?? This one's got me confused Type away!!