You gotta wonder whether or not freedom of information is a good thing.
Sure if a government fucks up and people die as a result of that, or they commit shady deals/acts, then that's something we need to know.
But with the News trying to get all this information, especially after seeing the Press Conference where some reporters almost seemed to demand answers, you have to ask why?
I mean giving that information to the public could be harmful, if the culprits caught wind that someone so much as fitting their description is given they'd flee the country immediately, where they may have stayed put somewhere across the state originally. Now I'm not saying they would, I'd assume they'd be smart and/or paranoid enough not to stick around, but sometimes you got to leave the public in the Dark, to get things done in the Dark.
I mean watching some of the report almost seemed like they were giving guidelines, one reporter/pundit talked about using some chemical that apparently wasn't even in these bombs, so now some future nut job could be on the lookout for that chemical to use.
Hell the information of how to make bombs themselves would be a knowledge best left out of the hands of the public lest we end up in another scenario such as this.
I mean knowledge is power afterall