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34% 61 votes
66% 117 votes
178 people voted
Yes, I think evidence obtained by torture should not be accepted... 102 votes

Yes, I think evidence obtained by torture should not be accepted in court
57%
Yes, I think evidence obtained by torture should not be accepted in court
No, I think that any evidence should be taken into account when it... 47 votes

No, I think that any evidence should be taken into account when it comes to a trial
27%
No, I think that any evidence should be taken into account when it comes to a trial
I don’t know 29 votes

I don’t know
16%
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Other- please let us know your opinion in the comments below
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tishkadee

tishkadee

  not acceptable
darthcynic

darthcynic

  Why is torture, apart from barbarous savagery, such a poor tool? Oh yes, because information extracted is woefully undependable and / or what the torturer wants to hear to make the pain stop. Fairly clear, not 'gee I dunno' stuff or the realm of dependable evidence.

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