"It's a no-brainer": you cannot legislate immunity for torture

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"the more you're exposed to this horror [war crime atrocities], frankly, in the human experience, at least in my case, the more you become determined to persevere. In other words, there's no way you can walk way from it after a while. You have to keep walking right into it because you know it's there and you feel guilty if you're not addressing it. I think this is a feeling that so many humanitarian workers and doctors in the field have in their lives. It's not a question of getting hooked, but more that you're compelled not to ignore it any more - International Criminal Court ambassador David Scheffer

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