Right Intention (ad bello) - The Christians were not attacked, but were the first to attack the Jews, trying to achieve their goals.
Proportionality (ad bello) - Little was gained from the First Crusade, and the Christians caused massive amounts of destruction and death.
Last Resort (ad bello) - It was the first resort, and nonviolent options were not considered.
Proportionality (in bello) - The Christians were massacring the Jews, and continued the battle until they achieved their goals.
Right Intention (in bello) - The Crusaders weren't looking to acquire peace, but focused on getting the holy land.
Noncombatant Immunity (in bello) - Crusaders killed numerous civillians when they would pillage the cities, and indirectly affected others as they saw their family members die.
Just Cause (ad bello) - It was for for Henry V to acquire more power, so it wasn't for the greater goods.
Last Resort (ad bello) - Despite the negotiations, all the nonviolent options were not considered because it never went beyond negotiating.
Proportionality (in bello) - It resulted in a massacre before it ended.
The goal of this Crusade was not aiming for peace, but for Henry V.
Just Cause (ad bello) - It was for the Catholic Church could protect itself from the Protestance Reformation, so it wasn't for the greater goods of the people.
Last Resort (ad bello) - The Catholic Church was so focused on maintaining its power that it didn't try to come up with a better solution.
Legitimate Authority (ad bello) - The Church and its people were in a disagreement, and many wanted a rebellion against the corrupted Catholic Church.
Right Intention (in bello) - It was not aiming for peace, but it was for power and support of the people.