April 23, 2012
Torture on Trial: Legal and Humane Frameworks for Opposing Torture
Cases come in by a thousands from all over a world. A male was beaten and whipped. A lady was beaten and raped. A child was hooded with 3 dull silt bags in 100-degree feverishness all day, starved, beaten, and kept in highlight positions. Alleged suicide victims had their hands tied behind their backs, had boot prints on their heads, or incited out to have been electrocuted. There are woe victims lonesome with cigarette burns, and woe victims with no visible injuries. They need a consultant assistance of doctors and lawyers to heal, to win asylum, and to emanate any arrange of accountability in courts of law.
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