My wife and I watched the movie Michael Clayton last night starring George Clooney as a lawyer who is the resident fixer for his firm. Reasonably good movie but you have to pay attention.
One of the law firm's big clients is in hot water for "allegedly" killing some farmers with pesticides (or something like that). Don't you hate that every legal accusation has allegedly in it, is the criminal really going to sue you if you don't say allegedly?
Anyway, at some point, the client decides that they need to start killing some people who are getting too close to the truth. So I pause the movie and say to my wife - "I love running my company but if I ever start needing to have people killed, maybe that would be a good time to quit."