I hope I haven't upset anyone here with my ponderings over this, was never my intention if that is the case. If I did unintentionally upset anyone, I apologise. Besides, this is not about any of us really. Here's one of the poor girls mothers speaking to the crowds gathered in Manchester Manchester attack: Mother's emotional appeal at vigil - BBC News And another video, this one from Sky to help remember those lost Daughters, wives, friends - victims of the Manchester attack As far as the leaks go, apart from the sharing of intelligence, the leaks were very upsetting for the families involved. Families that were still clinging on to hope. I guess when the press released the photos of the crime scene, some of these families were still waiting on DNA confirmation or waiting outside while their loved ones were/are receiving surgery. Hopefully the leaks issue can be put behind us and the intelligence community can move forward to ensure full cooperation at a time like this. It makes you wonder how many people could have gone into hiding when the bombers name was prematurely released. Humanity has still shone through like the homeless guys who helped the victims, the people who offered their homes to anybody in need, the taxi drivers that ferried people about free of charge and the countless numbers of emergency staff that rallied when the city needed it. Five adults and five children are still fighting for their lives tonight.