Here media is confusing. They say two underground stations have been evacuated because of a bombing. They mentioned also about some bus. Is everything allright over there????
I think these were a bunch of trouble makers. I doubt any serious group would be so foolish or have their workers "run away" from the scene.hypatia said:What a shame, I'm glad they caught one of them. They should use any means possible to get more information from him.
In the past several months they have installed cameras, just about everywhere in Detroit. I for one am glad they did. Londons system has been such a big help to them.
I'll admit, my first thoughts when I heard the reports were that it could be troublemakers with fireworks or something of the kind, but later news reports suggested that all four were carrying significantly more explosives, but the detonators went off failing to trigger the rest of the explosives. The men were probably not expecting to live through the experience, and panicked when their explosives didn't go off.Pengwuino said:I think these were a bunch of trouble makers. I doubt any serious group would be so foolish or have their workers "run away" from the scene.
This bombing may be the the trigger to reactivate the STK policy and I expect there will be less opposition to it this time. Imagine it, first Britain would be cleared up with people dissappearing left, right and center. Then it would expand through Europe and beyond without a single government having a say about it.
If the suspected terrorist is thought to have an explosive device on his (or a remote control detonator) then they have to make sure that they cannot be activated. I believe this was an important lesson learnt during the IRA campaign. Bottom line is shot until the target no longer poses a threat.but some eyewithneses said (on BBC world) he was shot five times, which sound pretty much.