Thursday, May 11, 2006

Resourcing not to blame for 7/7

How can any amount of additional resources prevent a small group of people from terrorising Britain when driven by a "fierce antagonism to perceived injustices by the West against Muslims"?

If there are 1,000 pro-al-Qaeda suspects with the potential to turn violent currently in the UK, what prevents the authorities from arresting them? Fears of harassment claims?

With hindsight, when would the authorities have arrested Mohammad Sidique Khan or 'Sid the school assistant' as he was known? As he headed towards Kings Cross on July 7th or sometime earlier when his intentions were still far from certain?

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