Monday, November 28, 2005

Torture and involuntary interrogation

Although I'd advocate compromise on quite a number of issues, one issue that I'm unwilling to compromise is aggressive interogations. Whether the harsh techniques really are technically "torture", or are simply "harsh", I vigorously oppose any form of interogation that is involuntary. The phrases "you have a right to remain silent" and "name, rank, and serial number" are the guide.

Why anybody thinks that it may be "okay" for any government to demand answers from its citizens or even people who are not citizens is beyond my comprehension. It simply is *not* okay.

-- Jack Krupansky


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