Uh, I don’t think that I relieved any of the supers of moral or ethical responsibility. To add a mitigating statement for Wanda, she was attempting and failing to handle her grief, and her actions were more or less a psychological breakdown, with additional consequences due to her psychic powers. Her emotional outburst seems normal for intense grief. It just had unusual and very possibly unintended consequences. To say, mitigation is not absolution. It’s just that the circumstances are complex.He was given a fear-inducing vision, by a person who was radicalized by loss of her parents... to weapons his company built! He was not actively under her control when he started working with the Mind Stone. And, the Ultron project had been in development before the movie started. The project is his reaction to his own untreated PTSD...
So, if we are giving him a pass, then we should give her one, is all I'm saying.
He had two entire movies of rampages before Age of Ultron.
Because Clint Barton is perfect, even in his period of mourning the loss of his entire family, and should be allowed to act as judge, jury, and executioner?
So, mental conditioning relieves one of moral and ethical responsibility, but grief doesn't?
Seems a bit cherry-picking on what psychological situations give people a pass...
* Hulk’s rage on the carrier was also instigated. Plus, Banner specifically thought going to the carrier was a bad idea. He was very deliberately placing himself away from triggers when he was brought in, against his better advice.