It's not a movie.
Real people, innocent people, were killed by this guy.
I don't give a rat's ass what he knows or thinks he knows. The fact that he was willing to put his "message" above those people's lives takes away all credibility. That's the same mentality Al Qaeda uses to justify their actions, and frankly I don't see this guy any different than them.
People wanna treat this guy like some kinda folk hero, I say sell that story to the families of the people he killed. If you can convince them to buy it, maybe I'll listen.
With the way the LAPD have handled this situation (shooting up any pickup truck they see/executing Dorner) I'm starting to believe he has a fair point.