Knee-jerk reactions resolve nothing and only fuel anxiety when a calm and measured response is needed.
Idle speculation in the absence of facts are fuelling the tensions surrounding this incident.The social network sites have become,as evidenced in the Middle East,something of a Pandora's box.
To suggest that the whole of the MET is responsible for the actions of a few or the bad decision making process of their superiors is absurd,in which case the whole of society is responsible for the actions of these "criminal" opportunists.
Though the enquiry may take a while and indeed be rejected by a number of people i would await the outcome before making any rash decisions.
This time we need to be adamant that any recommendations made are fulfilled to the letter rather than fobbed off and left to lie.