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@5Q93ZZJConstitutionfrom Arizona  answered…2yrs

Enhanced interrogation should be allowed as well as psychological interrogation. These terrorists perform extreme atrocities on anyone, including innocent civilians. Our enhanced interrogation is child's play compared to what they do. This question should really be answered by someone under the threat of terrorism, or who has family of friends in captivity or otherwise affected by a terrorist act. You can pretty much guess what the answer will be 99.9% of the time.

@5PXKYSZRepublicanfrom North Carolina  answered…2yrs

Yes, IF combatants of the USA use these techniques. NO, IF combatants of USA do not use these techniques.

@5QDL2YSConstitutionfrom Utah  answered…2yrs

We are the only country in the world that worries about being politically correct. If you go to any other country illegally and get caught, you will see horrible conditions, and not get any fair treatment. If you are believed to be a terrorist or spy in another country water boarding would be at the bottom of their lists. Other countries do much more horrible things like electrocution tactics, etc.. Yes torture is cruel, but how cruel is the planning of mass murder in the name of a religion. When you deal with animals that think a man, woman or child don't have the right to live because they don't believe in their ideology, well in my opinion the gloves need to come off.

@B3H5R4FWomen’s Equality from Oregon answered…2mos

@SeriousUndead30Socialist from Colorado answered…9mos

@9W9WFKVWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…10mos

My stance is simple the government interrogation tactics is none of my business.

@9W74XJTPeace and Freedom from California answered…10mos

No, they should interrogate them like how the police interrogate.

@9W6MJX4Working Family from California answered…10mos

No, we should not be allowed to but we should do it anyways without public knowledge.

@9VYYYWCDemocrat from Alabama answered…10mos

Yes, but only when the organization their doing it too is guilty of doing the same too their prisoners

@9VTHJBCConstitution from California answered…11mos

As long as it doesn't pose a threat to the American Constitution or people. But the Military is it's own branch, they can do what they want.

@9VSLZ7TWorking Familyfrom Guam  answered…11mos

Only top secret teams on black ops missions should be allowed to

@9VSFVZBTranshumanist from New York answered…11mos

Yes, but let the decision be made by a jury in a court of law.

@9VRTLVDWomen’s Equality from Arizona answered…11mos

no, but only if it is the last resort and it is known that they are convicted terrorists

@9VRKDHFPeace and Freedomfrom Virgin Islands  answered…11mos

Yes, but only after refusing to cooperate for a very long time, and not responding to orders.

@9VR9BQFConstitution from Washington answered…11mos

@9V8FBSFLibertarian from Louisiana answered…1yr

Yes, but only as a last resort and if they are convicted terrorists

@9T29SLJWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…1yr

@9SX3LGWVeteran from Texas answered…1yr

@9STWMT9Democrat from California answered…1yr

i think they should add pranks i mean it will but not as drastickly as waterboting

@9RXJV7PSocialist from Tennessee answered…1yr

No, and the use of “enhanced interrogation techniques” rather than “torture” in the question is wrong.

@9RWSLDVVeteran from Washington answered…1yr

Yes, because the government is probably already doing it and will most likely continually do it in the heat of the moment like most interrogations are; they are trying to protect American lives so I do not think the "interrogators" should be punished for what they deem as necessary interrogating for our safety

@9RNK6FKPeace and Freedom from Georgia answered…1yr

No, I dont believe torturing another human is called for but I think we should do our best to prevent terrorism.

@9RFMZKQVeteran from Colorado answered…1yr

Yes, but only if the acquired information can be verified in real time, because a person who is being interrogated will say anything to get it to stop.

@9QJDYKSDemocrat from Tennessee answered…2yrs

No, we should find other ways to get information instead of torture- even if they are not U.S citizens, we should still respect the 8th Amendment

@9QDXF4TVeteran from Indiana answered…2yrs

@9PXV7KWTranshumanist from New York answered…2yrs

Yes, only if you have a certain amount of strong evidence to support that they are indeed terrorists

@9PWN438Democrat from Tennessee answered…2yrs

Only use torture if we know the suspected terrorist is the real deal.

@9PVRXH6American Solidarity from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No, except in extreme cases of endangerment to our country and as a last resort.

@9PVF2KCDemocratfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Make the listen Babyshark children's song until they confess.

@9PTWTBJWorking Family from California answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if the safety of the country is at risk. Otherwise psychological tactics should be used.

@9PGTR59Transhumanist from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

Yes, but physical torture should be banned as ineffectual, a violation of the 8th Amendment and in contradiction with the Geneva Convention.

@9PBZ6QFRepublican from Mississippi answered…2yrs

Yes, but nothing that will cause the interrogated to lie to get the torture to stop

@9P6P454Republican from Florida answered…2yrs

only if there is lots and lots of evidence an investigations against them

@9NVTM47Veteran from Virginia answered…2yrs

@9N885W5Green from Utah answered…2yrs

No, torture is inhumane, unethical, and violates the 8th amendment and the Geneva Convention

@9MPS6HVRepublican from Kansas answered…2yrs

The general public should have no say in Military operations or affairs. That is the whole reason for the Joint Chiefs and the President.

@Raegan-WauthierWomen’s Equality from Connecticut answered…2yrs

no, it should be a fair trial the army will always have defense advantages or help, torture is inhuman to me and should be an all time LAST resort if anything at all.

@9MKMTBTWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but only as a last resort and if they are proven convicted terrorists, and not U.S. citizens, because of the 8th amendment

@9MKKRXRPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, torture is inhumane, unethical, and violates the 8th amendment. We should also strictly follow the laws of the Geneva Convention.

@9MHG2BBLibertarian from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@9MGM49SVeteran from Michigan answered…2yrs

@9M3X33NDemocrat from Texas answered…2yrs

Only as a last stance and only psychological ones. Doing something like waterboarding only makes them hate us more than they already do for killing their countrymen fighting for their country just like us.

@9LZ7K3RPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2yrs

No, torture is ineffective, inhumane, and violates the 8th Amendment and the Geneva Convention.

@9LPPX4FVeteran from North Carolina answered…2yrs

it’s inhuman but also sometimes it needs to be used to get to the bottom of things


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