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DISCUSSION Is it ever permissible to torture a person? Support Torturing a person is to some extent permissible. Many serious cases of people committing atrocious crimes are left pending due to lack of information. Suspects or criminals who have been linked to the crimes may have some vital information that can make the authorities capture the true mastermind and hence ensure justice is served. These criminals are commonly reluctant to provide the much-needed information. The only possible way of extracting it is through torture. Torture serves to break their spirits, and they may finally provide the missing links necessary to close the case once and for all. Come to think of it; the suspects may not have to go through torture if they oblige and provide the much-needed information. Some cases are too serious that the investigators have to do what it
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  • Spring '19
  • criminal law

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