Why did Dr Sadao help in the escape of the American soldier? Was it an act of treachery? Can you justify his action?

Question: Why did Dr Sadao help in the escape of the American soldier? Was it an act of treachery? Can you justify his action?

Answer: Dr Sadao had given the information about the wounded American to the General. In turn, the general had promised to send assassins to kill him and get rid of the body. Sadao did wait for the General's people to arrive. In the back of his mind, he knew he was a doctor whose job it was to save people. Therefore, when the authority failed, Sadao decided to help the American escape. It cannot be called an act of treachery because he had been an absolute doctor and a citizen, and more importantly a good human-being. He did not want the person he had served to be killed.


Why did Dr Sadao help in the escape of the American soldier? Was it an act of treachery? Can you justify his action?


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