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My personal opinion on who is to blame is pretty straight forward: I blame the people who ran him over and then tried to hack his head off in the street. I don't blame the "evil Tories", Tony Blair or Islam. I blame the people who actually did the crime.
The BBC's approach though, throughout the documentary, was to wonder aloud if it was perhaps words or a lack of Government funding or radicalism that might be the real cause.
I find the argument tedious. All criminals have their excuses and pandering to them with a sympathetic ear seems a bad idea.
Particularly when one of their crimes is to try to cut a dead guy's head off in the middle of the street while shouting about a God.