Third, “that’s the law” is not a defence when as one of the highest ranking people in Kenabres, and a representative of the goddess of Justice, you likely have the power to change the law.
Indeed. He isn't a random footman. [In my opinion, for that matter, he's indeed LE who thinks himself LN].
At of course, as an Inquisitor, Halruun’s actions reflect on Iomedae herself. So murdering good-aligned priests without a trial and burning witches is definitely a bad look on the LG goddess of justice.
Not sure on this one. Have you played the first game? In this on
Valerie is rejecting Shelyn and an order of Shelyn's paladins tries to make her get back into the flock. It is obvious that Shelyn doesn't disapproves the intent but when they go overboard about it, another order of paladin stands up for the characters and they end up fighting each other. (Shelyn is NG, she shouldn't approve forcing someone to... follow the strict rigid way of paladinhood by force).