OK, here's the question:
Are you what you do, or what you think? In other words, do you judge a person by their intentions or their actions?
Example: Let's use Hitler. Suppose when he dropped out of art school, his body was taken control of by space aliens, demons, whatever. So, from that point on in his life he had no control over his actions. In fact, he loved Jewish people, didn't want to invade Poland, etc. But, since his body was being controlled by an outside influence, he was powerless to do anything but sit back and watch, horrified. Now imagine it's after World War II, he's been captured and put on trial. We know his body was being controlled. So, how do we judge him? His actions caused millions to die, so do we hold him accountable? Yet, he never wanted to hurt anyone, so is he innocent? Conversely, suppose someone wants to do something defined as wrong, like murder or rape, but never does because outside forces prevent him from doing it. Is he still innocent? (Never physically committed a crime, but wishes too.)
That's just an extreme example. But what I'm getting at is this: If a person lives contrary to their beliefs their whole life, and dies without anyone knowing it, did that person ever exist? Afterall, no one outside of the person in question would ever know since there was no action to objectify it.