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Argument: US definitions of torture do not comply with international definitions

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Supporting evidence

  • British judge Mr Justice Collins remarked in 2006 during a hearing on the holding of British residents in Guantanamo that the United States' idea of torture "doesn't appear to coincide with that of most civilised countries".[1]

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