August 3, 2016
Police will do everything possible to tackle terrorism but it would be easier if the public would just not get killed, says Britain’s top anti-terror cop.
Millions of people currently pull their weight by always not getting killed but more effort is needed because there is now a severe threat of the public sometimes getting killed, according to Assistant Met Commissioner Mark Growley.
He said: “Following the recent attacks in France and Germany, it would be foolish not to prepare for an attack here. That’s why we’re apportioning blame to you now.
“Bring us solutions, not problems,” he added.
It comes after Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howhard warned: “It’s not a question of if you will get killed but whose fault it will be when you do.