“There is another kind of evil we must fear most and that is the indifference of good men.”
For Connor and Murphy MacManus an unwillingness to act had never been a problem. The issue had been a lack of support by the powers that be with the methods they chose to use. From scrapping in the school yard as young boys to dropping a toilet on the head of a Russian mobster the inclination to take the law into their own hands was something they never outgrew. Nor was the desire to protect the people they cared about. Innocents fell into that category as well because any man with even a hint of soul cared about those who were victimized by the world. God and all his retinue knew the MacManus brothers had soul to spare. They were avenging angels following the path of righteous cleansing set down by Gabriel himself. You could argue if they were good men or evil, they really didn't care, but no one could ever say that Connor and Murphy suffered from indifference.