Village Idiot, if you have to begin a post by saying, "Before anyone here accuses me of supporting this crime..." there is a high likelihood that either your timing sucks (hours after in happened for goodness sake when feelings are still raw) or you are arguing a point so incredibly subtle that readers cannot help but wonder about your "real" thoughts.
It is never ever a good idea to try and lay social responsibility on victims of heinous crimes - or to imply as much - or to make political capital from them.
I remember when I did undergraduate Sociology papers and listening to tenured lecturers expressing sympathy for unemployed youth engaging in burglaries and even aggravated robbery. Clearly these lecturers had secure homes and never had a gun pointing at them. Their expressed sympathy was a huge patronizing insult to the majority of unemployed youth who are law-abiding.