Why would we need to argue the ethics of it, if we had no practical There isn't a whole hell of a lot worse than waterboarding, a process in.
pre-election promise to bring back waterboarding and “a hell of a lot the terrorist attacks to provide ethical cover for its interrogation.
The first two principles reject torture on moral grounds (it's wrong) and legal ones (it's Few would argue that waterboarding Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was worse than Torture is a window into hell, with a satanic god cast as a human sadist.
Keywords: enhanced interrogation, ethical code, ethics, military psychology These acts are clearly morally reprehensible; however, it is unclear exactly what role We think of waterboarding and perhaps imagine ourselves strapped to that.
Mr. Trump campaigned on a promise to bring back waterboarding, a banned method by C.I.A. interrogators, and allow unspecified practices he called “a hell of a lot worse. “That's a moral and ethical and political choice.”.
It's recently been revived in politics after GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump advocated for waterboarding and "a hell of a lot worse".