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5 arguments against torture

by Neil Boorman, 0 Comments

If you’re reading this blog, you’ve probably just seen the second episode of Amnesty TV, which we themed around torture. Torture has been in the headlines ever since Osama Bin Laden was killed back in May, and people who support torture are having their day in the sun. They say that Bin Laden was only tracked down because of intelligence obtained through “enhanced interrogation techniques”. For them, finding Bin Laden justifies techniques like waterboarding. ‘We got him’, they say, ‘Waterboarding works!

But Amnesty disagrees. And here’s five reasons why… Continue reading “5 arguments against torture” »