Sue bin Laden?? Sue a dead suicide bomber?? McTaggart, you're right. The responsible people here are criminals. But this is just another example of the official unwillingness to treat jihad terrorism as anything but a series of isolated incidents apparently designed solely to wreak havoc. There is no recognition of the larger jihad agenda, or any coherent effort to oppose its many non-military manifestations. "Sue Bin Laden Over Bombs," from SkyNews, with thanks to Twostellas:
...One man who lost his son in a suicide bombing in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh has been told to seek damages from "the perpetrator".
Trevor Lakin, 56, told the paper how ministers responded when he asked for help to bury his son Jeremy.
He said: "It's just stupid. You can't just go off and sue suicide bombers can you?
"I certainly wouldn't want to approach the terrorists - and I think they're dead anyway."
Jeremy was on holiday with his girlfriend Annalie Vickers when three bombs hit the resort. Both were killed....
Home Office minister Fiona McTaggart told the BBC's Real Story programme: "Let's be very clear, the person who is responsible for this dreadful act is the criminal."