Alright, I'll add an option.
Boo, you stated that Illegal and Immoral Means were Never Justified by the Ends. Later you waffled on the "illegal" standard.
Did you mean:
A. Either Illegality or Immorality of the means is enough to disqualify a means from being justified, regardless of the ends
B. Immorality alone disqualifies a means from being justified, regardless of the ends
C. Only if a Means is both Immoral and Illegal is it disqualified from being justified, regardless of the ends
D. You mis-spoke, and would in reality only argue that certain ends do not justify certain means, such as (you offer) torture for potentially life-saving intelligence.