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Torturers and torture victims to be tortured until they tell truth about torture

truth will out, with a bit of help...After revelations that the CIA used ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ to torture prisoners, it has emerged that British forces may have to be tortured to see if they admit to having taken part in similar practices after 9/11 and during recent Middle East wars. The army believes that, unpalatable though it is, this may be the only way to the truth.

‘If we simply ask them whether they used torture, they will say no. If we ask their prisoners if they were tortured, they will say yes,’ said Brigadier Sir John Smythe. ‘The best solution is to put both guards and prisoners in a big room, re-torture the lot of them and see if either side changes their story. The nightmare scenario is if the soldiers admit to torture and the enemy changes its tune and says they weren’t tortured after all. It’s a tortuous process, so to speak.’

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Posted: Dec 15th, 2014
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Man stares into the fetid maw of his own mortality watching ITV2′s ‘Big Reunion’

No. God no. Not them as well...!Steven Harris (32) from Croydon, South London reported feeling the crushing realisation that his best years are far behind him while watching an episode of ITV2′s ‘The Big Reunion: On Tour’ last Thursday.

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Posted: Sep 13th, 2013
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World finally agrees on international distress sign ‘AAAGH’.

In Britain it’s 999. In America it’s 911. On a submarine it’s S.O.S. In the air it’s Mayday, mayday. And in space it’s ‘Houston we have a problem’.

Amid all this confusion, it’s good to know the world will soon be able to rely on one, simple, easily recognisable, international call for help: AAAGH.

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Posted: Jul 20th, 2012
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Research says no-one gives a toss where you were on day of global news event

As people across the world put their personal spin on big global news events, shocking new statistics suggest they may be wasting their time.

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Posted: Sep 12th, 2011
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Toddlers protest at plans to build Teletubby cultural centre In the Night Garden

Britain’s toddlers have been out in force to protest against the construction of a Teletubby community centre and prayer room in the Night Garden.

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Posted: Sep 12th, 2010
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