In a true free-market system, American Airlines and Boeing would have been sued into the dirt after 9-11 for allowing their planes to be used as weapons
It sounds like you would like a world where the manufacturer of any tool that could be used as a weapon is liable for all such uses by criminals?
Enjoy your $200,000 automobile (mostly liability insurance for the manufacturer) with a top speed of 10 MPH and sensors all around that prevent it from hitting anything at any angle and that refuses to go into an area in a way that may pose a hazard to other vehicles, pedestrians, or others (such as through a red light, stop sign, or across a sidewalk) legally crossing the same space. Oh, of course, if the traffic light is broken and stuck on Red, you just need to sit there, for days if needed, until the light is fixed since the car won't move and leaving an abandoned vehicle in a traffic lane certainly represents a hazard to other motorists so the system would automatically lock you in.
Would programmers, individually I assume, be responsible for any software they wrote that failed to prevent using the software in the commission of a crime that injures or kills others? For example, would a Google Maps engineer be liable for all injuries or deaths if someone used Google Maps to get directions to the airport and, upon arrival at the screening area, set off a bomb killing ten people? After all, obviously the engineer should have detected that the person mapping the route had nefarious intent at the destination (esp. if their search history or gmail account showed that they had looked at or bought pressure cookers recently).