I would never say he was right for his actions. He may kill any perceived threat, if you happen to see him and give him a look of recognition you might be his next victim.
He snapped, LADP pushed too hard. I wouldn't say. . . After reading his writings that he is still in his right mind.
I know he killed a black officer, the race of that officer doesn't matter to me because that black officer's family is grieving just as the familys of Dorner's other victims.
This type of action isn't the norm for a black man IMO, I still have a heavy heart for the injustice Dorner must have suffered to push him to this situation.