- n. Plural form of torturer.
“Suffice it to say that his views on whether the OLC memo provides cover to torturers is much more sophisticated than duBois depicts.”
“It merely exempts torturers from the prescribed punishments for violation of the objective moral standard.”
“The assumption of torturers from the French in Algeria to Mr. Cheney today is that torture helps save the lives of one's citizens.”
“Which was very creepy as that is the phrase torturers use.”
“And anyone who expresses support for torture and torturers is endorsing and condoning an illegal act.”
“Thousands of innocent people being killed, as we become known as the torturers of the 21st century.”
“Not to mention, Pelosi wasn’t briefed on torture, and far from “not leading the charge” to prosecute torturers, is in fact calling for criminal h investigations. jack Says:”
“For 16 years every other aspect of the case was disregarded; that the men were, in Paddy Hill's words, "tortured and framed" on arrest, beaten, subjected to mock executions, threatened with being thrown from a high building or a car on the motorway, and burnt with cigarettes; that their torturers were the infamous West Midlands serious crime squad, or that the scientist called to Heysham was the incompetent Dr Skuse.”
“I learned that loose lips send you to dungeons with animals called torturers who beat the essence of humanity out of you. ”
“I learned that loose lips send you to dungeons with animals called torturers who beat the essence of humanity out of you.”
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