it depends. If my actions although seemingly good accidentally cause injury to someone then yes, I am responsible. We take that into account in courts today. But the examples mentioned by Michael are different than that. If I buy some peaches from the store that happened to be produced by a farmer who uses dangerous pesticides why should I get negative points for that? Maybe if I knew in advance that the farmer uses bad pesticides I could get some negative points but am I really expected to research every food I buy to make sure that everyone who produces the food is also a good person? And what if all the peaches in the store are produced by "bad" people then what do I do?