If a goal is achieved via evil or illegal standards, do you consider it to be legitimate?

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If a goal is won via evil standards like lying or concealing things, do you deem it as meeting your goal even if not done the righteous way?

If a goal is won via illegal standards like in a karate match by hitting below the belt when referee isn't looking, do you count it as meeting the goal or do goals need to be done by the moral path?

If goals are met via illegal, evil/immoral means/standards, should we consider them legit?

Imagine losing weight and building mass but using steroids to meet goal expectations, should we credit them for their accomplishments? Why or why not?
Yes. Win at all costs by any means necessary
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No. Accomplish it professionally or I place an asterisk next to it
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