Know the Facts About Torture

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"In 1994, the prohibition against torture became the law of the land and a crime punishable by up to 20 years in prison or in some instances by life imprisonment or death," notes Curt Goering, Executive Director of The Center for Victims of Torture. "President Obama's refusal to prosecute perpetrators of torture no doubt undermines the public's understanding that torture is a crime."

If Americans are presented with facts, their attitudes to torture change dramatically... Donald Trump might be 'fine' with torture, but most Americans aren't. 

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