I saw an Asian guy run onto the train hotly pursued by three plain-clothes police officers.
One of them was carrying a black handgun - it looked like an automatic - they pushed him to the floor, bundled on top of him and unloaded five shots into him.
So here was have a *suspected* suicide bomber who has just been killed. Nevermind the fact that as far as the article suggests, he was just a suspect, not necassarially a threat and was incapacited when he was shot (excessively) to the point of killing him...
Is this the way it's going to go in the future?
Fair enough in some situations, on 11/9, the airliners had evidently been hijacked, and the authorities knew about this - They should have been shot down before they reached New York (and would have been, most likely, in the UK), but this action above seems to be a little over the top.
So then - Should the Police be able to shoot anyone in any situation in the interests of counter terrorism?