That was a very nicely worded rant. And if you want to believe that you would not have or should not have the legal right to maintain the connection to someone else's body if they were to connected theirs to yours in the way that I described in my questions? That's fine. I just wanted to be sure all the angles were examined. I obviously disagree with you, because I can not find it anywhere in our laws or in the Constitution . . . Where anyone has the right to use entrapment or especially accidental entrapment as an excuse / justification/ defense in the death of another human being. Also, for what it is worth? Cognition, self awareness, the ability to feel pain, etc... none of them are requirements for personhood.