Torture Must Neither Be Sanctioned Nor Excused

There is no justification for torture on any level, yet, the most common excuse for treason that is dealt by Americans and other citizens from abroad (those that never had any intentions of harming their fellow man) have been excused because someone is making a massive amount of ‘MONEY’.
This may sound a little redundant but has there ever been a day where these terrorists have ever thought about whether circumstances could change? Have they ever asked themselves the question, “What if it was me?”
It seems that the lot of them refuse to believe that what they do to others will come back on them.
The law of nature is simple and, sadly, our lives can become nothing short of a revolving door. What goes around, comes around…
… And nothing lasts forever…

Rcooley123's Blog

A recent United States Senate report on torture performed on foreign nationals primarily by the CIA abroad subsequent to the terrorist attacks on the United States on 9/11/01 caused quite a stir when it was partially released to the public. In the past, the US has signed international treaties forbidding torture and prided itself on its exemplary conduct of military campaigns. That our government after the horrible events on 9/11 chose to alter its course as a result and resorted to treating prisoners in ways which are recognized internationally as torture belies that reputation. Calls for criminal investigation, trials and punishment of those responsible have been made both here and abroad, as well as through the United Nations.

Calling torture by another name, such as “enhanced interrogation techniques” neither masks the brutal and inhumane ways in which our government sought to extract information from prisoners nor the fact that such…

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