Who said anything about “good” or “bad” other than yourself.
What’s at issue is whether or not he acted appropriately under the circumstances and the investigation shows that’s exactly what he did.
His actions were perfectly lawful and followed department procedures and guidelines given the circumstances of the event.
It’s a tragedy that never should have happened but it wasn’t the officer who shot him that was responsible for putting the gun in the boy’s hand, him threatening/intimidating people with it, or allowing him out of the house with it.
It wasn’t the officer who was responsible for failing to relate all of the relevant information to the arriving officers, that was the fault of the dispatcher.
It wasn’t he who placed himself in a situation where he had no choice but to fire, that was the idiot driving the car.
It was the boy who made an obvious threatening move towards him getting up off of the bench, rapidly approaching, and attempting to draw the gun from his waste band. That was the boy who was then shot perfectly lawfully and appropriately.
All the officer had to work with was the information given him by dispatch and the situation his TO put him in where he was left with no choice.