My girlfriend and I followed the story via the police radio and google maps. In the end, the person was found just a few streets over from where a good friend of mine lives.
I don't think the police beat him up, though they probably weren't to sympathetic. He had been in a car crash the night before. His location was found because of blood a neighbor saw. The police also said they saw blood in the radios. Maybe an elaborate plan to kick the crap out of him when found?
It sort of seems like these people thought they would just get away with it. Do the deed on Monday, and then Thursday night make a very loud get away?
The world has come in the grips of terrorism for quite a while now.
There were also blasts in Bangalore in India. RIP all those who were unfortunate. It is time we all got united against this disaster.
I would have to say 'no' to that. I'm sure stuff like that still happens today without most peoples' knowledge. Not too long ago a bank (HSBC) in my city got in trouble for money laundering with terrorists. I'm almost 100% sure that the people who used HSBC weren't aware of what was being done with their money.