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89) At the same time, in the case of the United States, the decline of such techniques has occurred in tandem with "extraordinary renditions" to other countries where interrogational torture is likely to leave physical marks.
Yet he also recognizes that interrogational torture for intelligence gathering purposes is at least initially consistent with liberal rationality.
198) For a lengthier discussion of references to interrogational torture in early discussions of the Eighth Amendment, see Celia Rumann, Tortured History: Finding Our Way Back to the Lost Origins of the Eighth Amendment, 31 PEPP.
The subject of judicial or interrogational torture is "broken" when, and only when, he has become so distraught, so unable to bear any more suffering, that he can no longer resist any request the torturer might make.
Many, however, will likely be deported, often to countries that don't offer protection from interrogational abuse.
An interrogational style can shut the other side down and deny you access to information that could help you frame the proper proposal or alternative.
Even when these techniques are combined and presented in a controlled interrogational environment, all they accomplish is to reduce the suspect's resistance to confess.
It is important as an analysis of some of the least-discussed dilemmas related to warfare: the ethics of battlefield medical triage, the role of physicians in interrogational torture, weapons research, and peacemaking.
This Note focuses on instances in which the United States has transferred suspected terrorists to countries that practice interrogational torture.
For an illuminating philosophical account of the harms of torture, that discusses the interrogational situation in considerable depth, see David Sussman, "What's Wrong with Torture?
This is the hard problem of interrogational torture, and it often draws medical personnel into its web.
57) Professor Daniel Stetman, a well-respected scholar on torture, asserts that there is a difference between terrorist torture and interrogational torture.