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TORTURE, COMPARING IT’S PROS AND CONS.

For my final paper I will be comparing arguments about present day issues with torture. My title will be TORTURE, COMPARING IT’S PROS AND CONS. As stated in my title I will also be discussing the perceived good and issues associated with torture. To aide me in my research I will be using six sources. The first two sources will be books written on the subject of torture. My next two sources will be a peer reviewed journal article and a peer reviewed U.S. Government document. Both of these documents will be covering the torture subject. My last two sources will be from the class text book AMERICA NOW. I am planning to write six pages, double spaced and very well written and though provoking paragraphs. When first assigned with this project I thought that it would be hard to write. Later I realized that the torture debate is full of facts, figures, and controversy. Now I believe that that it will be easy to write.

The points I will cover in my paper are the following: 1. WHY TORTURE. 2. IS INFORMATION GATHERED FROM TORTURE VALID. 3. WHO WILL ULTIMATLY BE RESPONSIBLE IF TORTURE IS UPHELD TO BE LAWFULL. 4 WHAT GOES THROUGH THE MIND OF THE TORTURED INDIVIDUAL. AND 5 WHAT GOES THROUHGH THE MIND OF THE TOUTRUER. Other points may follow

ANNOTATED BIBLOGRAPHY
1.Fisher, Lewis. “ The Constitution and 9/11”
This book talks about issues pertaining to 9/11 and the laws that came about after that horrible act. 2.Miles, Steven H. “ Oath Betrayed. Torture, Medical Complicity and the War on Terror” This book talks about service members who tortured P.O.W’S of the war on terror. It also details how they take oaths to not torture prisoners of war
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