Torture: "What is done cannot be undone"...

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but, accountability for those responsible and compensation to survivors would be a good place to start.

Regardless of the law's applicability to U.S. citizens, indefinite detention in a military facility without charge can be tantamount to torture, causing profound health consequences...

Indefinite detention: Instrument of tyranny

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