Klaus gave her a nod as he replied. "Not bad. It sounds like you were paying attention to my advice after all." When the group sat down inside of the warehouse, Klaus leaned back and exhaled deeply as he tried to think of how to start with this...complicated subject. After a brief, uncomfortable silence, Klaus leaned forward again and spoke to the group of newcomers. "Voltaire once said that "a little evil is often necessary for obtaining a greater good." Now, I understand that seeing a man get pushed out of a moving vehicle like that must have been very disturbing for you, just as it would be for any normal person who saw it happen. But you have to understand...nothing about this place is normal. And frankly, none of us are anywhere near normal anymore. Leah did what she had to do at the time. In that situation, she made the only right decision, and if she hadn't done it, there's a good chance that none of you would be sitting here to question if what she did was "morally correct." If that's not enough, well...you should know that the old man wanted it this way. He was very clear when he told us that if he died on a mission, he didn't want us to drag his bloody corpse back to the base. Because that's not how he wanted to be remembered." He turned back to Leah, a slight look of reassurance on his face. "You made the right choice. There's no reason to doubt that." Then he looked back to the others, his face returning to its usual stoic expression as he reverted back to his usual sarcastic self. "So that's it for "Necessary Evil 101," unless Professor Leah wants to add anything."