This point is close to the second one, but, in some of Jigsaw's games, victims didn't even have a chance to free themselves, fight for their life or "make their own choices" – for instance, the last test for Bobby Dagen, the author of a self-help book based on his accounts of surviving a Jigsaw trap. In reality, however, he made the entire story up in order to find quick fame. In that challenge he needed to rescue his wife, Joyce, chained to a strange platform, but Bobby failed the test. As a result, an innocent woman, who was unaware of Bobby's campaign and all fraud, was burned in the brazen bull. Even though it wasn't her test, she didn't deserve such a fate.
Sometimes Jigsaw or his disciples kidnap innocent relatives of those, who need to pass his or her tests. In the first film the wife and daughter of Lawrence Gordon, Alison and Diana are held hostage by Zep Hindle as a part of Lawrence's test. When Lawrence fails his test, Zep attempts to kill both Alison and Diana, but fortunately they are rescued by Detective Tapp. After that situation Alison and Lawrence got divorced. It is hard to imagine the fear and stress they had to experience and all the dire consequences.