From David Warren at The Catholic Thing:
After each bombing in Pakistan, a couple hundred are arrested from among “the usual suspects.” No judge who loves his own life, or cares much for the fate of his family, could wish to preside over a trial. Hence the “catch and release” policy that seems to pertain across the country; and the frustration of Western intelligence sources who may happen to know who the real suspects are, and wonder why they are never arrested. More.
Reality check: Celebrate diversity.
See also: David Warren on the (doomed) Yazidis