For many love is possession. He just can't see that - which is why its so interesting. That's why i still see him as an anti-hero.
Yeah, to a character in an Almodovar film.
People in the real world who think love is possession wind up with thousand year prison sentences.
Yeah, I guess if Todd hadn't been there that kid wouldn't have died. And he went out of his way not to murder the train crew, and Lydia, and Gale was strictly self defense. So you can argue that puts him a notch above Fring. But that doesn't change the fact that he put himself in a position where he knew there was a chance he'd need to commit murder. He's responsible, and he's unrefutably an evil man who ought to be brought to justice.