To execute the murderer does not end murder.
To incarcerate the robber does not stop robbery.
To call out the liar and hypocrite does not eradicate lying and hypocrisy.
To crucify the savior does not erase salvation.
Perhaps this was some of what Gautama had in mind when he suggested that "It is not what others do and do not do that is my concern. It is what I do and do not do -- that is my concern."
The easy convenience of good deeds and virtue may deserve some respect, but it cannot be allowed to pass for a truth that will assure peace.