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Okay, so, in Season 5, Dexter started to target a group of rapists called "The Group". Rape is a very disgusting crime, but it is not why Dexter kills. He kills killers, not rapists.
I can understand him killing Boyd, he actually did murder those women. But the rest just raped them, and gave them to Fowler, who killed them on his own. So, technically, didn't Dexter break his code by killing Dan and Cole?
My thoughts on thoughts on this are yes, he did indeed violate his code. Boyd was justified, but when did those others actually kill the girls? Does affiliation with the murderer justify the killings? Does murder in the second degree justify their killings?
What are your thoughts on this?