In law enforcement, as in everything else, there need to be clear priorities. This story suggests that Britain's police don't have their priorities straight.
No arrests have been made of anyone involved in the July 7 bombings in London. The immediate perpetrators, of course, carried out summary justice on themselves. However, there must have been accomplices. Where are they?
When there is every reason to suppose that others may be planning similar attacks, how can the police have time to focus on "thought crimes"? They should be looking for people who may be building more bombs and training more bombers, not messing about with publicity-seekers.
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