Moral Rights: Moral rights are based on a universal theory or rather a moral principles of a particular culture or a religion. However, moral rights in this case can be based on a single most important principle of humanity. Morally observed, ITP is eligible for growing its business in all possible methods which is in limit to the legal system of governance in the region of their operations. Thus, if they are operating from Prusskov, they are allowed to sell drugs to the US and other countries as Prusskov does not have any restrictions of exporting such drugs used for execution. However, the prisoners in the US jails also have a moral right of being subjected to a more liberal way of punishment, even though it is capital punishment. Punishing them to death by infusing drugs in their body is denying them their moral duty of being offered a clearer process of death penalty. In a different perspective, if moral rights are also considered as natural rights, then the company is morally wrong in selling drugs which harms other people, because all individuals have a natural right to live their own life in their own way. Moral rights of ITP if based on their own set of morality rules are applied, then it does not serve the purpose of being morally right in their actions. Thus ITP’s actions are morally wrong because, they are violating the moral rights of others who also have equal moral right to live and die in a more liberal way.