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To start this piece of information, what you may get to know in the end must come first….

“Enhanced Interrogation”

                              is a Euphemism for Torture!

 

LESSON:

Be brave and consider life as ….Time. It moves forward… Even if in different time zones, a retarded time zone compared to yours, will catch up eventually.
It happens… take it easy and don’t make it an egoistic battle with nothing to gain in the end except destroying another’s life. Relax… Let Go!
no one can hold someone’s life in pawn or dictate someone’s destiny to his/her will….the ones who’ll deal with lives will dread for their own dreadful, disasterous end.
No one can play around to gain control over anyone’s life…sooner or later even a fool will see through you…you must be very very scared.
You can’t resurrect someone from ashes clearly because you are not god. What was burned, dead and gone is buried along with the ashes…
The companies that make stun guns specify that the weapons should be used conservatively, only for self-defense or incapacitating an unruly person. Unfortunately, stun guns are commonly used as torture devices in many parts of the world.

 There are many ‘hands’ ….sadly, all are wrong hands.

Amnesty International reports that a number of governments routinely use stun weapons to extract confessions from political prisoners. These officials know that electrical torture leaves less evidence than many other methods. The shock from a stun weapon is extremely painful, but it doesn’t leave an obvious wound. So, while stun guns might be relatively safe weapons when used correctly, they can be quite dangerous in the wrong hands.
Self defense is everyone’s birth right.
The companies that make stun guns specify that the weapons should be used conservatively, only for self-defense or incapacitating an unruly person. Unfortunately, stun guns are commonly used as torture devices in many parts of the world.
 

How did it all started

The aim may also be to inflict pain but without causing fatal injury, or sometimes any injury at all. In other cases, the torturer may be indifferent to the condition of the victim. There is also torture that can be fatal eventually, but where attempts are made not to kill the victim quickly to prolong the length of time of the suffering.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torture

Torture is the practice or act of deliberately inflicting severe physical pain and possibly injury on a person, though psychological and animal torture also exist. Torture has been carried out or sanctioned by individuals, groups and states throughout history from ancient times to modern day, and forms of torture can vary greatly in duration from only a few minutes to several days or even longer. Reasons for torture can include punishment, revenge, political re-education, deterrence, interrogation or coercion of the victim or a third party, or simply the sadistic gratification of those carrying out or observing the torture. The torturer may or may not intend to kill or injure the victim, but sometimes torture is deliberately fatal and can accompany forms of murder or capital punishment. The aim may also be to inflict pain but without causing fatal injury, or sometimes any injury at all. In other cases, the torturer may be indifferent to the condition of the victim. There is also torture that can be fatal eventually, but where attempts are made not to kill the victim quickly to prolong the length of time of the suffering.

Many forms of psychological torture methods attempt to destroy the subject’s normal self-image by removing them from any kind of control over their environment, creating a state of learned helplessness, psychological regression and depersonalization. Other techniques include forced nudity and head shaving, sleep deprivation, hooding and other forms of sensory deprivation and forcing the subject to adopt stress positions.

A strictly fear-inducing method is the mock execution. Various threats operate on the same fear-inducing principle.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_torture

Psychological torture is a type of torture that relies primarily on psychological effects, and only secondarily on any physical harm inflicted. Although not all psychological torture involves the use of physical violence, there is a continuum between psychological torture and physical torture. The two are often used in conjunction with one another, and often overlap in practice, with the fear and pain induced by physical torture often resulting in long-term psychological effects, and many forms of psychological torture involving some form of pain or coercion.

Many forms of psychological torture methods attempt to destroy the subject’s normal self-image by removing them from any kind of control over their environment, creating a state of learned helplessness, psychological regression and depersonalization. Other techniques include forced nudity and head shaving, sleep deprivation, hooding and other forms of sensory deprivation and forcing the subject to adopt stress positions.

A strictly fear-inducing method is the mock execution. Various threats operate on the same fear-inducing principle.

Another method is indirect torture, in which a victim is forced to witness the torture of another person, often a loved one. This preys on the victim’s affection for and loyalty to a partner, relative, friend, comrade-in-arms et cetera, whose real pain induces vicarious suffering in the targeted psychological victim, who is thus loaded with guilt but spared physical harm that might affect his or her ability to comply.

While psychological torture may not leave any lasting physical damage—indeed, this is often one of the motivations for using psychological rather than physical torture—it can result in similar levels of permanent mental damage to its victims.[1]

It has been alleged that some psychological torture methods may have been devised by, or in conjunction with, doctors and psychologists.[2]

Another method is indirect torture, in which a victim is forced to witness the torture of another person, often a loved one. This preys on the victim’s affection for and loyalty to a partner, relative, friend, comrade-in-arms et cetera, whose real pain induces vicarious suffering in the targeted psychological victim, who is thus loaded with guilt but spared physical harm that might affect his or her ability to comply.

While psychological torture may not leave any lasting physical damage—indeed, this is often one of the motivations for using psychological rather than physical torture—it can result in similar levels of permanent mental damage to its victims.

It has been alleged that some psychological torture methods may have been devised by, or in conjunction with, doctors and psychologists.

Without the effect of any external medication…all can be achieved if you don’t let the victim sleep at all….for weeks.

 but when you did, let me sleep…you got back to square1.

LAME GAME MUST END NOW!

It has been alleged that some psychological torture methods may have been devised by, or in conjunction with, doctors and psychologists and hypnotizers/ spiritual healers…

Over time, forcing the body to stay awake also affects blood pressure and levels of inflammation, resulting in an increased susceptibility to heart disease and cancer.

“while I was not sleeping all night, during the day, what I think was my sleep was an hypnotic state where hypnotizers would torture by putting in abusive images and other gross stuff…
Not only that, but all-nighters actually weaken the coupling between the structures responsible for episodic memory, meaning that when you try to recall specific events, the circuitry simply isn’t up to it.”

without the effect of any external medication…all can be achieved if you don’t let the victim sleep at all….for weeks.

The roots of such barbaric torture can be traced back from ancient times. Man becomes an animal and there is nothing that he leaves not done in his frenzy. No guilt, shame or hurt can ignite the spark of empathy/sympathy for another while such hideous acts are done by them or another infront of them. Their silence is more terrifying than the act itself.

In the wake of this subject, Guantanamo Bay has a very solid foundations. Here’s how;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enhanced_interrogation_techniques

Though, the torture inducers do it shamelessly, they still have the audacity to condemn such acts.

Guantanamo prosecutor, and a military tribunal judge, have called “enhanced interrogation” a euphemism for torture.

He believes that the three detainees that DOD announced as having committed suicide were questioned under enhanced interrogation techniques the night of their deaths.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guantanamo_Bay_detention_camp

What’s the story, Morning glory!

The mix statements of confessions and denials has made the U.S act a big scandal.

  • In 2009 both President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder stated certain of the techniques are torture, and repudiated their use.[16] They declined to prosecute CIA, DoD, or Bush administration officials who authorized the program, while leaving open the possibility of convening an investigatory “Truth Commission” for what President Obama called a “further accounting.”[17]
  • The United Nations special rapporteur on torture, Juan Mendez stated that waterboarding is torture — “immoral and illegal,” and in 2008.
  • In 2005 the CIA destroyed many videotapes depicting prisoners being interrogated under torture; an internal justification was that what they showed was so horrific they would be “devastating to the CIA”, and that “the heat from destroying is nothing compared to what it would be if the tapes ever got into public domain.
  • Debates arose over the legality of the techniques—whether or not they had violated U.S. or international law and whether they constitute torture.
  • In January 2010, Scott Horton published an article in Harper’s Weekly describing “Camp No”, a black site about a mile outside the main camp perimeter, which included an interrogation center. His description was based on accounts by four guards who had served at Guantanamo. They said prisoners were taken one at a time to the camp, where they were believed to be interrogated. He believes that the three detainees that DOD announced as having committed suicide were questioned under enhanced interrogation techniques the night of their deaths.
  •  It has been alleged that some psychological torture methods may have been devised by, or in conjunction with, doctors and psychologists, hypotizers and spiritual healers….
  • An Associated Press report claims that some detainees were turned over to the U.S. by Afghan tribesmen in return for cash bounties.[75] The first Denbeaux study, published by Seton Hall University Law School, reproduces copies of several leaflets, flyers and posters the U.S. government distributed to advertise the bounty program; some of which offered bounties of “millions of dollars.
  • Prisoner complaints[edit]
    Prisoners play soccerThree British Muslim prisoners, known in the media at the time as the “Tipton Three”, were repatriated to the United Kingdom in March 2004, whose officials immediately released without charge. The three have alleged ongoing torture, sexual degradation, forced drugging and religious persecution being committed by U.S. forces at Guantánamo Bay.[63][64] The former Guantanamo detainee Mehdi Ghezali was freed without charge on 09th July 2004, after two and a half years internment. Ghezali has claimed that he was the victim of repeated torture. Omar Deghayes alleges he was blinded by pepper spray during his detention.[65] Juma Al Dossary claims he was interrogated hundreds of times, beaten, tortured with broken glass, barbed wire, burning cigarettes, and sexual assaults.[66] David Hicks also made allegations of torture[67][68][69] and mistreatment in Guantánamo Bay, including sensory deprivation, stress positions,[70] having his head slammed into concrete, routine sleep deprivation[68] and forced drug injections.[71][72][73][74]
  •  Highly disturbed about the deaths of its citizens under U.S. custody, the Saudi government pressed the United States to release its citizens into its custody. From June 2006 through 2007, the U.S. released 93 detainees (of an original 133 Saudis detained) to the Saudi Arabian government. The Saudi government developed a re-integration program including religious education, helping arrange marriages and jobs, to bring detainees back to society.
  • Suicides and suicide attempts[edit]Main article: Guantanamo Bay detention camp suicide attempts
    By May 2011 there had been at least six suicides in Guantánamo that have been reported.[27][93]
  • During August 2003, there were 23 suicide attempts. The U.S. officials did not say why they had not previously reported the incident.[94] After this event, the Pentagon reclassified suicides as “manipulative self-injurious behaviors”; camp physicians alleged that detainees do not genuinely wish to end their lives.[95][96] Guantanamo Bay officials have reported 41 unsuccessful suicide attempts by 25 detainees since the U.S. began taking prisoners to the base in January 2002.[97] Defense lawyers contend the number of suicide attempts is higher.
  • One of the allegations of abuse at the camp is the abuse of the religion of the detainees.The U.S. government has claimed that they respect all religious and cultural sensitivities. Prisoners released from the camp have alleged that abuse of religion including flushing the Quran down the toilet, defacing the Quran, writing comments and remarks on the Quran, tearing pages out of the Quran and denying detainees a copy of the Quran. One of the justifications offered for the continued detention of Mesut Sen, during his Administrative Review Board hearing, was:[59]
  • Sexual abuse, also referred to as molestation, is the forcing of undesired sexual behavior by one person upon another. When that force is immediate, of short duration, or infrequent, it is called sexual assault. The offender is referred to as a sexual abuser or (often pejoratively) molester.[1] The term also covers any behavior by any adult towards a child to stimulate either the adult or child sexually. When the victim is younger than the age of consent, it is referred to as child sexual abuse.
  • Religious persecution is the systematic mistreatment of an individual or group of individuals as a response to their religious beliefs or affiliations or lack thereof.The tendency of societies or groups within society to alienate or repress different subcultures is a recurrent theme in human history. Moreover, because a person’s religion often determines to a significant extent his or her morality and personal identity, religious differences can be significant cultural factors.

    Religious persecution may be triggered by religious bigotry (i.e. the denigration of practitioners’ religions other than those of the oppressors) or by the State when it views a particular religious group as a threat to its interests or security. At a societal level, this dehumanization of a particular religious group may readily turn into violence or other forms of persecution. Indeed, in many countries, religious persecution has resulted in so much violence that it is considered a human rights problem.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stress_positions

To a normal person, sleep deprivation can get him to say ‘yes’ to what ever is being said…. because the brain stops functioning properly. Due to this mal function, people tend to get ‘consent’ which is not real…
Torture is a very harsh way of getting one’s way… Eventhough you know in reality, you haven’t got your way… since you want to be accepted by heart, which can only happen conciously. LoL

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