Quote fromIndeed, people have varying opinions on what should be "I respect your objection" and what should be "tough luck." I see that you have an opinion on it. I certainly have an opinion. Your and my opinions, though, don't seem to matter much.
Yes, they would. I think I've explained why several times already -- the belief is that utilizing their doom for science lends validity to their doom by science.
There is still a difference between delibrately killing something for science (ans even creating for that matter) and something dying for other reasons, and then being used as science.
Its not that "use after accident-only" and "delibrate" have to go hand and hand. You can see/believe/define life to have more value that parts for science. Dead things have no life and could only have any serious value unless used for science. So its stricly better to just use it for science, but not to strictler better to just kill some guy for "spare parts". The only thing is that you have no make sure that "accidents" do not go unpunished, in general, however those would transpire (I can't picture any for this case at the time).