I guess it comes as no surprise that the investigation into the shooting by air marshals in Miami yesterday has begun. That's the way it's supposed to work. An event happens, their is a review of the incident, and suggestions for improvement will be made.
Along with the official review, however, will come the "unofficial" speculation, theorizing, and second-guessing of what happened and what should have happened. I guess that's the way it's supposed to work, too. Getting all of us involved in a dialog is one way to call attention to events going on in the world.
There already seems to be differing opinions about whether or not the passenger claimed to have a bomb. Time will tell, as the investigation conducts interviews with witnesses and reviews all the evidence. I
It's way too soon to rush to any sort of judgment -- one way or the other -- except to say that it is most certainly a tragic series of events.
The Washington Post has a great update on the events.