and ask questions later. An eyewitness's statement regarding the shooting
in the London tubes:
"As the man got on the train I looked at his face. He looked from left to right, but he basically looked like a cornered rabbit, like a cornered fox. He looked absolutely petrified. He sort of tripped but they were hotly pursuing him and couldn't have been more than two or three feet behind him at this time. He half-tripped, was half-pushed to the floor. The policeman nearest to me had the black automatic pistol in his left hand, he held it down to the guy and unloaded five shots into him. He looked like a Pakistani but he had a baseball cap on, and quite a thickish coat. It was a coat like you would wear in winter, a sort of padded jacket. It looked out of place in the weather we've been having."
From the eyewitness's account, the suspect appeared to be detained by the officers, and yet they opened fired on him. Are these actions justifiable due to the recent attacks? Based on the evidence provided, would you have thought differently a month ago?