A reader could rationalize it by saying that george realizes lennie is doomed to cause trouble for himself and others wherever he goes but morally, no it isn't george's call if everyone had the right to shoot whoever they believe would be better off dead, the city streets would be a lonely place. Is george right to kill lennie in my opinion no one should have the impudence of taking the life of any human being, only god has the authority to take somebody’s life although lennie would had suffered more if he got killed by someone else. George must have thought he was doing the right thing or he wouldn't have done it all the men in the lynch mob must have thought they intended to do the right thing in planning to kill lennie themselves george was actually part of the lynch mob, only he got to lennie first because he knew where lennie would be hiding.
By doing that george proved he loved lennie and that he knew what was right for him he spared lennie from dying scared and tortured george loved lennie and killing him was one of the most selfless things he would ever do. George absolutely made the right decision, because whether or not lennie was not shot by george, he would have just been killed via the follow-up of events that the mob would have done towards him additionally, i think that lennie was interfering with george's plans for his own future, since george was more focused upon his future instead of.
George killed lennie, because he did not want lennie to suffer at the hands of curley curley said that he would shoot him, if he found him so george did not want lennie to suffer that way also slim had said that if for some reason they did find lennie and took him alive that it would be no good for him to be locked up in some room.
George chooses to kill lennie because of lennie’s uncontrollable killing lennie does not mean to kill anyone but he is unaware of his strength george thinks he is doing the right thing by killing lennie, but really he is making a huge mistake.
George does not make a wise decision in of mice and men by john steinbeck george chooses to kill lennie because of lennie’s uncontrollable killing lennie does not mean to kill anyone but he is unaware of his strength george thinks he is doing the right thing by killing lennie, but really he is. In the book of mice and men, did george make the right decision in killing lennie 3 reasons defending george's decision to kill lennie in the book called of mice and men quote that relates to the justification of george killing lennie (of mice and men by steinbeck.
In fact, when george ultimately does choose to kill lennie, lennie was essentially on the run curly and the rest of the people from the farm were on a man hunt to kill lennie and possibly george because of the trouble that he had caused for all of them (mainly the accidental manslaughter of curly's wife.