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    • Louis
    • 04.04.10 | 16:22 (IDT)

    The day of an arrest without cuffs won't happen...in the meantime the whole idea of this complaint and the result is that the army, in effect acknowledges (of course not in a public or direct fashion) that their method, up to now is pianful. The problematization that we presented to them is the deliberate causation of pain by virtue of using plastic cuffs, behind the back, overly tightened, with no room for movement is torture or ill treatment the solution that they offer is an improvement in that they assert (assert is the key word) that they will use 3 cuffs, and cuff in front, of course the test is in how they do this because they can still use the pain element in front even while they technically abide by their own rules - they can overly tighten each cuff and they can also say that detainee x, y or z was cuffed behind the back for security reasons a pledged change in policy, the proof is in the way they carry it out. They must be monitored!

    from the article: IDF revises regulations on handcuffing detainees after complaints
    First published 01:32 04.04.10 | Last updated 04:57 04.04.10
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