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MR ISOM Negative: Use of Torture in Government Sanctioned Interrogations 4th period Mihir Thakkar [Pick the date]
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Many things are wrong with today’s society. These can include the economy, and the environment, but one that gets overlooked is torture used in government sanctioned interrogations. Torture, as defined by the United Nations Convention against Torture is, “…any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes.” (Convention against Torture and Other Cruel) The use of torture, in any situation, is prohibited by International Law, and also by domestic law of most countries, yet torture is used in government sanctioned interrogations. Torture should never be considered
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