Enhanced interrogation techniques: Are enhanced interrogation techniques constitutional?

  • There is nothing in the constitution that forbids foreign enemies of the United States from being interrogated using "enhanced" techniques.

    In a case where an American citizen was being detained and tortured, perhaps a case could be made that the constitution was being violated. However, the constitution offers no expressed protection for citizens of other countries. It is a document that outlines principles of governance for the U.S. Government to apply to U.S. Citizens. An argument can be made that "enhanced" interrogation techniques are unethical or cruel, but I don't feel that such techniques are explicitly unconstitutional.

  • Enhanced interrogation techniques makes sure everyone is on the right page

    i think enhanced interrogation techniques are constitutional because it doesn't violate any constitution rights. Anyways these techniques are used for serious criminals. And committing a crime is a unconstitutional so its should not matter any ways. I think it should be put place because it only helps us by cathing the right criminal instead of innocent people.

  • Torture kills people!

    Torture should only be used in very extreme cases: only in the the 'ticking time bomb' situation if NOTHING ELSE HAS WORKED. If you can get something out another way, without potentially killing them, then you should do that instead. Other interrogation techniques may work just as well, so use them instead.

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