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US torture vs (teen indsutry) MMS torture
« on: April 14, 2006, 11:14:00 PM »
The similarities are frightening:

Human Rights Watch has obtained an unredacted copy of al-Qahtani's
interrogation log, and believes that the techniques used during al-
Qahtani's interrogation were so abusive that they amounted to torture.  
 
The interrogation log reveals that al-Qahtani was subjected to a regime of
physical and mental mistreatment from mid-November 2002 to early
January 2003. For six weeks, he was intentionally deprived of sleep,
forced into painful physical positions (known as stress positions) and
subjected to forced exercises, forced standing, and sexual and other
physical humiliation.  
 
After refusing water, al-Qahtani was forced to accept an intravenous drip
for hydration and, on several occasions, was refused trips to a latrine, so
that he urinated on himself at least twice. He was also threatened with
forced enemas, and on one occasion was forced to undergo an enema.  
 
"A six-week regime of sleep deprivation, forced exercises, stress
positions, white noise, and sexual humiliation amounts to acts that were
specifically intended to cause severe physical pain and suffering and
severe mental pain and suffering," said Mariner. "That's the legal
definition of torture."  

http://hrw.org/english/docs/2006/04/14/usdom13190.htm
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2006, 01:41:00 PM »
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On 2006-04-14 20:14:00, Anonymous wrote:

"The similarities are frightening:



physical and mental mistreatment from mid-November 2002 to early
January 2003. For six weeks, he was intentionally deprived of sleep,  and
subjected to forced exercises and other
physical humiliation.

After refusing water, al-Qahtani was refused trips to a latrine, so
that he urinated on himself at least twice.  

"A six-week , forced exercises, and sexual humiliation amounts to acts that were
specifically intended to cause severe physical pain and suffering and
severe mental pain and suffering," said Mariner. "That's the legal
definition of torture."

We should d humiliation period.

http://hrw.org/english/docs/2006/04/14/usdom13190.htm"


those are thigns I recall, experienced or know that have occurred.
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