Will's killing of the agentEdit

The introduction of this article says that Will "murdered" one of the two agents who were after him and his mother, but later on the article says that Will "accidentally" killed the agent. Surely these two statements contradict each other? Murder is killing someone deliberately and with intent; if one intends only to harm the other party but ends up killing them, it's manslaughter; and if one intends only to get away from them but death ensues, its officially an accident (I think the exact legal term, at least under the law of England and Wales, is "misadventure"). IANAL, but to me this bit of the article is clearly wrong and needs a rewrite. — RobertATfm 20:55, May 28, 2012 (UTC)

Since the people on TV Tropes agree with the above (and yes, I know that an open wiki is not a valid citation source, but this is a point-of-view matter rather than a clearly factual one), I have added a clarifying note. — RobertATfm (talk) 02:43, December 28, 2013 (UTC)
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