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Torture-Is it Helpful

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Posted Mar 26, '08 at 11:48am

Majstorija

Majstorija

10 posts

it can be but most not most of the times

 

Posted Mar 26, '08 at 1:25pm

SPowerQ

SPowerQ

44 posts

If you had thew opportunity tho save the lives of thousands of people and you needed to torture to get the information, do it, when to get the information you save thousands, but doesw saving thousands make what you did right, no it doesn't. Not just because of the law but because the rights that we have as humans.

 

Posted Mar 26, '08 at 6:26pm

Faranya

Faranya

5 posts

Torture is the most useless system of intelligence gatehring ever. Any information gathered through torture probably isn't worth listening too, let alone acting on, because all it ever amounts to is the victim answering the affermative to the questions asked by the torturer. It's not the truth, it's whatever they can say to stop it. Which is so horribly unreliable.

 

Posted Mar 26, '08 at 6:28pm

Faranya

Faranya

5 posts

Torture is also the laziest way of going about it. If you are an interrogater and have to resort to torture to get any answers, you fail at your job and should consider a career change ASAP.