Firstly I thought of discussing this question in Inspector thread, but then I figured that it involeves more then just Rouvelier, so a new thread would be a better solution.
The question is: which methods do you find acceptable to be used under conditions present in DGM?
I personaly find it hard to answer this question. Considering Order is fighting for the sake of humanity, it is only natural to expect them to not hurt people, to protect them as hard as they can. But is it even possible? For examle, lets take the second arc, where the innocence hidden inside the doll was involved. During that time, a lot of finders died just because exorcists were not able to arrive at time. Back then finders tryed to hold down two 1 level akuma and one 2nd level, not even thinking about backing off and giving innocence to Earl. This leads us to two conclusions - first is that finders are willing to give up thier lives if it means winning the war, ans second - that a gap between fighting abilities of a finder and exorcist is enormously huge. Which means that each and every exorcist is precious adn Order simply has no right to miss its' chance when they find a compatible person - they absolutely have to make use of this person, because it means saving lifes of others.
In this war Order has an overwhelming disadvantage because it's fighting squad is two small. Exorcists are hard to find, finders are two weak - what can Order do to win the war, to protect human? Yes, they have to increase numbers of exorcists by any means, as this means that less finders and citizens will have to die. How do they do it? The answer comes from manga, as Order has already tried the most obvious method to increase the number of it's forces. Is it possible for someone who is not a chosen one to use Innocence? It appearse that answer was negative. We still do not know the fate of the people were forced to synchronize, but I see no reason to assume that they all died.
If making normal people into exorcists is impossible, then only one path remains - all of those capable of synchronization should be used. If such a person agrees for the sake of money - the pay - as it happened in Suman's case. But. What if a chosen one does not want to spend his life fighting? What if he/she doesn't want to risk his life for the sake of otehrs? What if he/she is just a little kid? Does this mean that such a person should not be forced to join Order? AND: does an Order have right to NOT force him/her? This is, obviously, Linalee's case.
Beside this two examples the more may be found that show exteremely harsh and sometimes grim politics of Order. BUT do we have right to call this people evil? And do they have right to use this methods?