Originally Posted by The_Cheshire_Cat
He needs to be held accountable for the crimes he has committed against a society that no longer exists.
Since you consider yourself an editor, I'll take the contradictory nature of your post to be a mockery of my point. Yes, I understand that Lee has no judge nor jury to face for his crimes. I don't however think that makes the entire thing moot. Lee's crime should show a flaw within him. In my estimation, it's that he is prone to taking harsh actions when pushed. His spirit being broken by learning of his wife's affair will probably fit nicely alongside the parallel experience of the traumatic events of the apocalypse.
If he loses too much and things he holds sacred are stripped from him, he just may commit another heinous crime that cannot be as easily justified as the simple killings of the St. Johns (who if you kill them, get off pretty easy). If for instance, Lee were to strangle Kenny to death for apparantly leaving Clem to die, that would not only sicken Kenny's remaining family, anyone else who sees and Clem [it would be too awesome not to have her see such a scene], that's exactly what I'd want to see from this.