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Torture is immoral

The Spokesman-Review

It is time to appoint another Ken Starr or Archibald Cox, a special prosecutor to look into the horrific allegations of our government engaged in despicable acts of torturing other human beings. Regardless of what the prisoners are charged with or are suspected of, torturing them is simply inhumane, violates a number of treaties we have signed and is illegal and most importantly, immoral!

Keith Milligan

Spokane


 

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