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As much as the civilized world abhors most forms of torture, I doubt whether any country is going to prevent this widespread practice. My reasons are: 1) the psychological profiles of police personnel generally parallels that of criminals, and 2) the citizens of even the most "civilized" countries believe in "preventive attacks", whether warranted or not. In effect, most people "selectively" follow the teachings of their own religions. At best we can minimize torture interrogations by severely punishing the offenders and at least two to three levels of authority higher. In this way, the superiors of the wrongdoers will, over time, learn how to gain "operational control" over their staff.