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Third, the most controversial and difficult part of the legal opinions is their definition of severe physical or mental pain. It is here that most of the critics have concentrated their fire.
Kevin Kyle is struggling to come to terms with the prospect of promotion to the Premiership after revealing the mental pain underlying his injury-ravaged season.
Isoe filed the suit in December 1987, saying he suffered tremendous physical and mental pain from the treatment, and that solitary confinement is against Article 36 of the Constitution, which prohibits torture and cruel punishment.
by actions listed under Counts 1 and 2 of the Indictment, imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law, intentional infliction of severe bodily or mental pain or suffering and other inhuman acts of similar nature, committed with the intention to inflict great suffering or serious physical or mental injury or violation of health,
"I attempted to end the mental pain consuming my whole being NOEL EDMONDS on why he tried to take his life
In the documents acquired by ( Entertainment Tonight , Harvey's second wife claimed that during their marriage she was subjected to "prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering." In addition to this, Vaughn reportedly "attempted suicide by self-medicating [in] an effort to stop the pain." She also alleged that Harvey and his lawyer caused her "severe emotional distress" that resulted in a litany of medical conditions for Vaughn and her immediate family in the last 15 years.
But if he was wracked with mental pain he didn't show it.
The authors, Derrick Silove and Susan Rees, from the University of New South Wales in Australia, said some senior members of the US military have argued that a psychologist's presence is necessary to protect the prisoner or detainee from the "severe physical or mental pain or suffering resulting in prolonged mental harm."
He also seeks $250,000 in non-economic damages, saying he suffered "extreme fear and distress" as well as physical and mental pain.
Sadly, that was blown out of the water by the injury, but that mental pain is fading now.
It's a physical pain and a mental pain. You never stop thinking about it."
For the next few months I am going to have to be prepared to suffer because there's a fair amount of physical and mental pain involved in coming back from the injury I have had.