Argument Against Using Torture

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Against Using Torture Torture, a cruel and inhuman action that is intentionally inflicted on a person, is used frequently throughout the history. Government or police uses torture as means to force prisoners to confess their crimes. Furthermore, police nowadays additionally use torture to retrieve information from prisoners and terrorists to avoid potential risk towards mankind and government. What did not change through time is the cruelty of the means of torture which include burning, crushing, wounding, and much more ways. However, if the potential difficulty of finding who to torture, the negative effects of torturing a prisoner and possible risks of torturing bring to the society are considered, it is unwise to use torture as means to…show more content…
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