A person or group of persons in military custody refuse to eat (i.e., they go on "hunger strike"). They do so
Authorities then order the force-feeding of the hunger strikers in order to avoid damage to their health.
Military physicians are ordered to execute the force-feeding, assisted by other non-medical military personnel and against the will of the detainees.
Questions for the discussion of this scenario
1. Is forced feeding of detainees, or POWs ever justifiable or should the autonomous decision of the hunger striker prevail?