One last thought on torture

If we are to prosecute Gitmo terrorists, do you think confessions (or other info) obtained by torture would/should be admissable? Probably a moot point, but it’s sort of like police obtaing evidence in a different sort of case–if you have a search warrant for someone’s car but you go in their house and find something, guess what, it’s not admissable. It sucks, but if you want to nail the bad guys you have to do it within the (international) law.


One Response to “One last thought on torture”

  1. urstupidnourstupid Says:

    The truth is I have no idea. I don’t think they should have the same rights as U.S. Citizens and I don’t have a lot of faith in “international law”.

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