"I'm sorry women had to watch this. But women in our country" (we don't know yet which that is, but the man's accent is actually British) "have to see this all the time. None of you are safe. Your government doesn't care about you."
And which, in these blind terms of vengeance and revenge, could be turned into guilt, 'complicity' and 'responsibility' for actions and events someone might actually deplore, even be attempting to prevent.
He would not ask, no more than than perhaps some of those people who remotely pilot drones or order airstrikes or assassinations or devise bombing campaigns, if some of those on whom vengeance is wreaked, were actually against, or offended by, or made angry by, those acts of revenge which in themselves provoke vengeance in return.
I've realised a little belatedly, that while one of the suspects now thought to be under arrest made a kind of public statement that's now in the public domain, the principle that no-one is guilty until found so in court by a jury still applies.