Ideacity | Jun 15, 2012 | 21:24

    William Samson on torture and its support in the west

    William Sampson denounces the use of torture as a method for gathering reliable information and states that Western governments, including Canada, have policies that support such methods. He argues not only for the moral reprehensibility of torture but for its ineffectiveness, as evidenced bu his own experience as a prisoner in Saudi Arabia.

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