The Shame of Torture
“The use of torture on suspected terrorists after 9/11 has already earned a place in American history's hall of shame” (Weisberg 1). Going to torture it’s like taking the easy way out of interrogating the suspect. When torturing the suspect either will not speak up or they will just wait till they get tortured enough to die. Once the world stops using torture as an answer it will forever be dark and cruel. When the world thinks of interrogating they just go straight to torture, but when they craw away from that, there would be no enemies due because of their grudges toward countries.
When using torture on suspects not only will it not work most of the time but it will mostly resolve in someone’s death. “President Obama has done the most important thing: reversing Bush's policy and declaring, as he did last week, that torture was unequivocally wrong” (Weisberg 1). Therefore using torture is just ruining the morale of countries especially the United States because we have rules. How come they can break the rules and other citizens can’t? Therefore torturing the suspects the United States has shouldn’t be tortured for doing the same thing our soldiers are doing, fighting for their country; even if the reason they are fighting is a non-educated reason.
Secondly, torture is a major factor in some countries because that’s just how they do things, but it would just make other countries want to attack even more because of friends and family in captivity. Once countries set grudges against others it usually ends in a massacre of some type. Soldiers will do whatever their general tells them to do, and if he has a good friend in captivity he is going to risk it all to go and get him even if it means risking other people’s lives. Yet again torturing friends and families of other soldiers or officers will make it more complicated for countries and just make the others want to attack more and harder.
Last of all, countries that torture show a lot...