The (torture) issue refuses to go away. Why?

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... prosecuting crimes is not an option or a policy choice. If laws have been broken, the culprits must be brought to book. The issue is not one of "criminalising policy differences" but rather of terminating a situation in which torture itself became a policy option and, de facto, legalised. Not investigating (and, thus, sanctioning) such behaviour is to condone it.

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