I meant more in the line of, nobody talks about it, because nobody is thinking about it, and then all of a sudden you're dropping this bombshell, like some kind of pent-up reaction. I don't know though, I guess what I'm wondering is why was now the time to talk about this again, full force, and not yesterday, or tomorrow.
Like I said, it's because, last I heard, no justice was had for the victims or their families, it's been several months since the revolutionary guard shot down that plane, so they've basically gotten away with terrorism for 8 months.
Didn't realize wanting violent retribution towards terrorists makes me a sicko.
Okay, fair enough.
@Bold: This in itself obviously doesn't, and it wasn't my intent to imply anything of the sort, it should go without saying that crimes must be solved at some point. Any crimes. Just to mention the following as a side-note; It takes years to come up with enough evidence to confidently point a finger to any person or group in a case like this, if it even was more than accident in the first place. You can assume most people wouldn't have wanted to shoot down an innocent civilian flight, even most Iranian die-hards, because there's no point in doing so. In my country we're dealing with a similar circumstance, MH17, a Malaysia Airlines flight which was shot down over Ukraine (coincidentally) in 2014 transporting Dutch holiday-goers, Malaysian people returning home, and an Australian party of scientists plus a few people from other nationalities. At the time there was much unrest in the part of Ukraine it flew across, with a lot of tensions between different parties resulting in a fairly similar circumstance as the Iran incident. After all these years the investigating team has a decently clear picture of what happend when and how, though no clear evidence of who actually "pulled the trigger" and as such can't really prosecute anyone.