The character in question is Alan Grant, the protagonist of JP 1 and 3, who's listed under pure good, but is actually lethal and outright. In part 3, he punched Paul Kirby unprovoked, which is something no PG will do. I don't defend Paul here, because lying to Grant was a bad thing to do, but Grant still had no immediate and life threatening reason to hit him.
Thanks :-). Now, the veterinarian's proposal might take time. I also have some other upcoming proposals:
◾Dean Karny - One of the founders of the con artist group "Billionaire Boys Club", Dean was a psychopath since early childhood (burning an arcade in 3rd grade and frame Sydney Evans' cousin), and eventually became the only snakehead in his group. The other snakehead, Ron Levine, can claim he's a scapegoat. Dean got far less than he should've, not to mention he did much worse and betrayed people much deeper than Ron did. When he strangled the old and sickly father of one of the other boys, you could just feel the death energies flowing from him. The other boys wanted the money for being rich. Dean wanted the money for his cocaine addiction, which IMO is worse than wanting to get rich. And finally, he sold all of his friends because he wanted Sydney, AKA Joe's girlfriend, to himself. Seeing him kissing her violently was an underrated moment of true horror.
◾King Louis the 14th - His tyranny and starving the common folks just to feed his army out of self-serving motives are comparable to Scar. The fact he feed his army just for self-serving is shown when he order them to kill one of their own, which is obviously one of his soldier, to take the soldier's girlfriend to himself. Before the movie even began, he sent his twin brother to rot in a dungeon under a heavy iron mask, and his mother used to help him, yet he still physically abused her. His father had it even worse, or at least just as worse, as Louis killed him for protecting his second son, and showed no remorse about it. Murdering his own father is even more jarring when you take in count that the said father was also his high-ranking guardian.
◾Buncle the wombat from "The Magic Pudding" (i'll create the article when I can) - When you and your friends are stuck somewhere in the southern ocean, you would help them get out of it and fix the helf-wracked ship, right? Well, Buncle is the kind of guy who waste precious coal for baking a cake, willing to get his friends freeze to death, and trying to eat one of them when they get stuck on an iceberg. Even if we disregard the fact he tried to eat one of his own friends, we should keep in mind Buncle is a wombat. A carnivorous herbivore isn't the same as a predator, because the former doesn't need the meat for food. When the three sailors miraculously finds a magic pudding that get replenished every time he gets eaten, Buncle left his two friends behind to get a sole possession of the pudding. This pudding could keep all of them alive for a long time, yet Buncle took everything, which eliminate the mitigating factor of hunger. Years passed by and Buncle's obsession about the pudding never gone anywhere. By the time the two heroic sailors comes to Australia and met their third partner, Buncle already enslaved half of the state (including the parents of one of the heroes), forcing them to mine food for him. Dying of exhaustion is a best case scenario, because Buncle gets very specific about eating his slaves in case he'll be hungry for too long. The movie is light-hearted, but Buncle is real. He's comparable to Stalin and Idi Amin.
◾Crawford Oberson - The cruel mayor and founder of Crawford, a draconian city which he named after himself. Crawford is an Orwellian city where anything seen as weakness is forbidden. Children under 14, sick (even people who're suspected at sickness, including people who healed from cancer), elders and pregnant women have no place in this city of sins. The best that any Crawford resident could hope is to have dubious arrangements with the system (a survivor named Molly, for example, had to sleep with one of the doctors for getting medications for her diabetic sister), or doing abortions for pregnant women. If a certain pregnant woman refused to lose her unborn baby, then Crawford sent her out, leaving her to the mercy of zombies and psychopaths. Being perfectly able won't save you either, just buy you longer time, as occasionally Crawford gave orders to spike people on the sharp wall and use the eternal new dead (they became zombies, but were forced to rest in pieces). Most zombified people lose their moral agency, right? Well, Crawford stayed evil even after being hanged on a bell, moving in order to lure zombies, just to kill any possible survivor who could stumble upon the ruined city. His only wish in his afterlife is to grab anyone whom he see as weak (such as Ben) and send them to the specific section of hell where Crawford himself belong. He claimed that he wanted to film every medical procedure to watch out for his "perfect survivors" society, but I put my lifesavings that he actually wanted to repeatedly watch the suffering of the "weak" populations at their desperate times.