Probably we can...
Well to say three things Black Adam is right about. He was tricked, he lost his wife and child, and instead of grieving he resolved to make the world a "better place".
He may have sought to not make people go through what he did... but he did (Ollie comes to mind and so many others Superman unjustly killed).
He did asked Batman to help him... but Batman, in good conscience, knew where it would lead... to nothing.
Batman didn't turn his back... if he did Batman would be fighting for Superman. No a true friend fights to save you from whatever evil is corrupting you, not the other way around. Superman wasn't who Batman knew, and he fought to save him.
Superman may have wanted what was best, but people who believe they know what's best lose sight of what they are doing. His "best intentions" was also hurting people. He may have started to be loved at the start... but it wavered and began to become fear, and hate for him instead. He was not kind... he was ruthless, and foolish.
Sure Batman can be conniving... but he isn't cruel. Superman betrayed him not Batman. Batman could not stand alone against Superman and the traitorous and desperate heroes who blindly followed him. He called forth the true versions of the heroes this world should have had.
They beat his Regime of blind followers... well most of them the Regime Flash came to his senses including Shazam who Superman murdered when he said "enough" after hearing what Superman planned to do... destroy two cities, slaughter it's people, and lay waster to another world. The friend's that were taken weren't true friends but thugs, and as for his love... well we can all agree she was a temporary distraction, considering Regime Superman sought to bring another Lois from the alternate world to his world, so yeah it wouldn't have lasted.
They rightly imprisoned him and those bruises he received were less than what he deserved to have. His so called "world peace" was a world of control.