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Defined

According to international law torture, is not done by private persons, but by governmental officials or people acting their consent or acquiescence. Torture must be treatment that is on a continuum, according to international law mistreatment in short term is cruel or degrading treatment, though the line between the two is not always clear(1 ).

Torture is bad really bad

Well maybe its not

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extraordinary rendition, torture, international law, arrest, Condoleezza Rice, Gonzalez, mistreatment, US, U.S., US Attorney General, terror, September 11 2001, Afghanistan, Dick Cheney, Colin Powell, Donald Rumsfeld, John Ashcroft, Geneva Conventions, FBI, CIA, World War II, war crimes