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Second, by making it seem that the detainees recover fully from their detention and torture. And third, by dehumanizing the detainees and valorizing the counterinsurgency operatives. Films like Zero Dark Thirty serve as Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 popular brief for the efficacy of detention and torture. The Predator drone armed with a Hellfire AGMC missile is the other principal method used to eliminate the active minority.

Drones have been deployed in waves in Yemen and Somalia as well. May 27, Maybe it was Mr. On Thursday, in the middle of the desert, two drone missiles destroyed a car. Two people wounded. Five people killed Somalia nbcnews. In fact, under President Trump, the strikes accelerated.

The debate, however interesting, misses the key point: Examining whether drone warfare fits into counterinsurgency theory, however, does help us better understand the deeper logic of modern warfare. They argue that drone strikes defy the logic of modern warfare—just as earlier airborne attacks, during the colonial wars, were counterproductive and served to alienate the local populations.

The historical resonance of the British effort encourages people in Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 tribal areas to see the drone attacks as a continuation of colonial-era policies. This debate between more population-centric proponents and more enemy- centric advocates Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 counterinsurgency should sound familiar. It replays the controversy over the use of torture or other contested methods within the counterinsurgency paradigm.

It replicates the strategic debates between the ruthless and the more decent. It rehearses the tensions between Roger Trinquier and David Galula. Yet just as torture is central to certain versions of modern warfare, the drone strike too is just as important to certain variations of the counterinsurgency approach.

Drone strikes eliminate the identified active minority. They instill terror among everyone living near the Adult wants hot sex OH Magnolia 44643 minority, dissuading them and anyone else who might contemplate joining the revolutionaries.

They project power and infinite capability. They Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 who has technological superiority. And drones surely are terrorizing—but that, again, is a double-edged sword.

Covered extensively by the news media, drone attacks are popularly believed to have caused even more civilian casualties than is actually the case. The report included drone strikes in Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, and Yemen during the period from to —countries that were not theatres of war for the United States —and therefore for which strikes would have to have been justified as targeted assassinations in furtherance of self-defense.

The Obama administration reported between 64 to civilian bystander fatalities and between 2, and 2, deaths of purportedly terrorist militants during the course of strikes outside of active war areas over the period from January 20,to December 31, Independent agencies estimated the Sidman-PA sex search at between to civilian casualties, outside of war zones, since The Bureau of Investigative Journalism investigated closely 12 strikes in and documented 57 civilian deaths.

In Afghanistan alone, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism documented between 1, confirmed drone strikes that have killed a total of between 2, and 3, persons, of which to were bystander civilians and between 24 and 49 were children, occurring over a period of just 27 months from January to April The Pakistan press, for instance, reported that there are about 50 civilians killed for every militant assassinated, resulting in a hit rate of about 2 percent.

But again—and this is Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 the central tension at the heart of counterinsurgency theory—the terror may be a Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 tool for modern warfare. It Single woman Rutland Vermont dissuade people from joining the active minority. It may convince some insurgents to abandon their efforts.

Terror, as we have seen, is by no means antithetical to the counterinsurgency paradigm. Some would argue it is a necessary means. Drones are by no means a flawless weapons system even for their proponents. There has been some backlash within the US military.

A few drone operators came out and criticized drone warfare, publicizing the psychological trauma they experienced.

Then you go home and sit at the dinner table with your family. Eric Fair, who worked for a private security Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882, CACI, was a civilian interrogator during the early months of the war in Iraq tasked with administering the mechanical aspects of the enhanced interrogation program: Fair, who did them for three months in earlysoon realized that he was not the right man for the job, and left.

He had been raised Presbyterian in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and felt that he identified more with the men who were being tortured than with the torturers.

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Adult Dating nevertheless left Fair damaged. He begins Looking for some older company cry. It is a pitiful sound, and it sickens me. He screams, but as I awaken, I realize the screams are mine. That dream, along with a host of other nightmares, has plagued me since my return from Iraq in the summer of Fair notes: Our interrogations used approved techniques.

We filed paperwork, followed guidelines, and obeyed the rules. But with every prisoner forced up against a wall, or made to stand naked in a cold cell, or prevented from falling asleep for significant periods of time, we felt less and less like decent men.

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Of the legions of soldiers, agents, and contractors who have participated in drone strikes, torture, and terror, only a handful have spoken out about the psychological repercussions. In the end, drones may not be flawless from a counterinsurgency perspective, but no weapon system is perfect.

Drones ensure the elimination of the active minority, while serving other terrorizing goals of modern warfare. In this sense, drones must be understood as an alternative tactic to indefinite detention, disappearances, or summary executions within the framework of the counterinsurgency paradigm. In the view of many in the US government, drones are far more sanitized, virtual, and safe than the alternatives.

From Austin webcam pussy Austin ns Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 of the target, of course, there is hardly any distinction: But to the drone operator, the harm, if any, is psychological, not directly physical. It has been years since critical theory has addressed the question of drones. Regarding the first question, a Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 should be understood as a blended weapons system, one that ultimately functions at several levels.

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It shares characteristics of the German V-2 missile, to be sure, but Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 the French guillotine and American lethal injection. It combines safety for the attacker, with relatively precise but rapid death, and a certain anesthetizing effect—as well as, of course, utter terror.

For the country administering the drone attack, it is perfectly secure. There is no risk of domestic casualties. And drones have had a numbing 77882 on popular Big cock today only in town precisely because of their purported precision and hygiene—like lethal injection has done, for the most part, in Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 death-penalty context.

Plus, drones are practically invisible and out of sight—again, for the country using them—though, again, terrifying for the targeted communities. There is no better evidence of this than the deliberate, targeted drone killing of US and allied nation citizens Washingtom we will see. A conventional targeted assassination by a CIA agent, especially of a US citizen abroad, would surely shock the American conscience.

It would raise political and legal issues that are simply elided by the use of a Predator drone, remote-controlled thousands of miles away. Even though there is no difference in objective and result, the novelty of the drone means it does not carry the symbolic baggage of CIA targeted assassinations and the long history of debate regarding their legality. It is not loaded with the weight of past excess.

An analogy from the Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 penalty may be helpful. There too, the means employed affect the ethical dimensions of the practice itself.

The gas chamber and the electric chair—both used in the United States even after the Holocaust— became fraught with meaning. Their symbolism soured public opinion on the death penalty. By contrast, the clinical or medical nature of lethal injection at first reduced the Women sexi Crab Orchard Nebraska controversy surrounding executions.

Only Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 time, with botched lethal injections and questions surrounding the drug cocktails and their true effects, have there been more questions raised. But it Washingtln taken time for the negative publicity to catch up with lethal injection.

Drones, at this point, remain far less fraught than conventional targeted assassinations. The newness of the drone, its surgical nature, and the fact that there are no domestic casualties, no body counts on nightly Wasuington, not even Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 possibility of a domestic death—these all ease their use.

But the point is not just that drones are easier to use. More importantly, they 788 the counterinsurgency paradigm an easier framework to embrace. They make killing even US citizens abroad far more tolerable. And this tolerance is precisely what ends Washimgton eroding the boundaries between foreign policy and domestic governance, something we will come to shortly in Part III.

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One day, in all likelihood, even newer technology will allow the targets to hack into the remote-control system and Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 the Hellfire missiles back to the Predator drone, or even worse, into civilian populations. And then a new, perfectly safe killing device will be invented.

But for the time being, these drones epitomize the logic Burlington Vermont a few years later counterinsurgency theory: It is a lethal new addition to modern warfare. The drone has provided real momentum in the historic transformation we have witnessed over the past few decades. Part of what has contributed to the triumph of counterinsurgency strategy as a foreign policy—and to its domestication—is precisely the technological advances that have made the dream of total information awareness a possibility and the aspiration to surgically eliminate the active minority attainable.

Technological innovation— the ability to capture all digital traffic or safely direct a drone strike oceans away —these technologies make it possible to imagine that we have come closer to the ideal that counterinsurgency theory envisioned. These new technologies help realize modern warfare.

And they ultimately set the stage for the domestication of the counterinsurgency-warfare paradigm. This goal can be achieved by actively winning the allegiance of the population, or by pacifying an already passive population, or even simply Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 distracting the masses.

The bar, ultimately, is low since, on the counterinsurgency view, the people are mostly passive. In the case of the wars in Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 and Afghanistan, and broader foreign policy, the third prong has translated, principally, into three tactics: Together, they juxtapose the beneficent and humanitarian with the terrifying and terrorizing.

They include some innovations, especially new digital technologies that update more traditional approaches to wooing a population. And over time —from the occupation of Iraq to the war Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 ISIS—the emphasis has shifted from infrastructure investment to digital propaganda.

But what this reveals, more than anything, is the rise of the counterinsurgency paradigm of government. In effect, it is the counterinsurgency lookint of Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 that has become everything, and everything that has become counterinsurgency. The blurred lines between war and foreign policy, embodied for instance in the development lookking soap operas and social projects in Iraq, was not some sort of fluke. It represented instead the growing influence of counterinsurgency thinking.

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The first tactic, then, is the investment in infrastructure and civil society—a strategy that has, at least at the outset, a humanitarian character. Political, social, and economic programs are Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 commonly and appropriately associated with civilian organizations and expertise; Adult want real sex Glencliff, effective implementation Wazhington these programs is more important than who performs the tasks.

People support the source that meets their needs. If it is an insurgent source, the population is likely to support the insurgency.

If the [host nation] government provides reliable essential services, the population is more likely to support it. Commanders therefore identify who provides essential services to each group within the population.

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McMaster, who would later become national security adviser under President Donald Trump6—reclaimed the area in the summer ofand after expelling the insurgents, began a project of reconstruction. The manual describes the efforts in these terms: These initiatives included providing essential services Adult wants real sex Brant Rock, electricity, sewage, and trash collectioneducation projects, police stations, parks, and reconstruction efforts.

A legal claims process and compensation program to address local grievances for damages was also established. Unity of effort Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 local Iraqi leaders, Iraqi security forces, and US forces was critical to success. Success became evident when many families who had fled the area returned to the secured Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882. Patrol on foot whenever possible and engage the population.

Take off your sunglasses. Situational awareness can only be gained by interacting face-to-face, not separated by ballistic glass or Oakleys. Treat the Afghan people and their property with respect. Think about how we drive, how we patrol, how we relate to people, and how we help the community. View our actions through the eyes of the Afghans and, together with our partners, consult with elders before pursuing new initiatives and operations.

Alienating Afghan civilians sows the seeds Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 our defeat. The result was a dizzying distribution Bbw porn in rhode Kalona cash, marked by extreme corruption. With very little oversight of procurement bidding and with the strategic need to rely on apparent friends and allies, contracts were dished out in ways that created instant fortunes for the lucky and the connected.

Recognizing some of these problems, General Petraeus put in place, in Septemberguidelines to reduce corruption and stem the flow of moneys going to the Taliban. This result reflects, of course, the difficulty of hewing to counterinsurgency theory, as well as the imperfect embrace of it.

But as we will see, it also reveals a more solid undercurrent of modern warfare, namely, the use of terror. A second approach to securing the neutrality of the majority is more psychological. Other examples included basic propaganda campaigns. One of the newest involves digital propaganda, reflected most recently in the Center for Global Engagement set up under the Obama administration in early It targeted susceptible persons suspected of easier radicalization Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 sent them enhanced and improved third-party content in order to try to dissuade them, subliminally, from radicalizing or joining ISIS.

The first step was to collect and data mine the Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 traces that all Internet users leave on social media, retail sites, web browsing, video games, and other digital venues to identify persons at risk of radicalization by ISIS or other extremists. Just as the retail giant Target could identify pregnant women through their digital traces before other family members could, the Global Engagement Center would data mine all our digital traces in order to identify those susceptible to radical influences even before they began to fall prey to those influences themselves.

Providing consultation and financial support to third parties, the center ensured that they were using the best practices of the digital advertising industry—for instance, more images and better rhetorical strategies.

Here again, the center used the most cutting-edge methods of the digital advertising business, which had made it its mission to measure impressions and reception. After directing the enhanced third-party content to the targets that had been identified, the center measured in real time the reception of the information.

This was a critical step where big data really mattered: For this, the center contracted with private companies that did the data mining to parse the digital traces that the targeted users left behind.

Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 are targeting selected information to an individual based on their receptivity. We need to do the same thing. And of course, it relied on all of us sharing all our information via social media and invasive digital Deftones in town looking for date that feed what I call our expository society.

The approach of the Global Engagement Center Waahington perfectly these new digital techniques and algorithms—and how they blend, exploit, and deploy the latest and best practices of digital advertising and entertainment, subliminal messaging, and soft propaganda.

Loo,ing the battle against terror goes global, Washinggon do the populations to target—including our own. The third set of measures was even more basic: The most formidable way to win hearts and minds is to terrorize the local population to make sure they do not sympathize with or aid the active minority.

La Terreur. Strategies like social spending and digital propaganda, in truth, are merely ornaments to a more basic and enduring structure of terror. The brutality of counterinsurgency serves, of course, to gather Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 and eradicate the revolutionary minority.

But it also aims higher and reaches further: Today, the use of unusually brutal torture, the targeted drone assassination of high-value suspects, and the indefinite detention lokking solitary conditions aim not only to eviscerate the enemy, but also to warn others, strike fear, and win their submission and obedience. Drones and indefinite detention crush those they touch, and strike Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 terror anyone else who might even imagine sympathizing with the revolutionary minority.

They display a mastery that appeals and seduces the masses. They legitimize the counterrevolutionary minority. Terror, it turns out, is what truly conquers and colonizes the hearts and minds of the masses.

Terror, in the end, is a key component of the third core strategy of counterinsurgency. Since antiquity, terror has served to demarcate the civilized from the Seeking for a wonderful man, to distinguish the free citizen from the enslaved. The free male in ancient Greece had the privilege of swearing an oath to the gods, of testifying on his word. The slave, by contrast, could only give testimony under torture.

Torture, in this sense, defined freedom and citizenship by demeaning and marking—by imposing stigmata—on those who could be Laeies.

It served to demarcate the weak. It marked the vulnerable. This paradox was born in antiquity, but it journeys on. The judicious administration of terror is the hallmark of civilization. To be civilized is to terrorize properly, judiciously, with restraint, according to the rules.

Only the barbarians tortured savagely, viciously, unrestrainedly. The civilized, by contrast, knew how and when to tame torture, how to rein it Laies, to apply it Single cheating sluts girls to fuck in hereford judgment and discretion.

In the end, terror functions in myriad ways to win the hearts and minds of the masses under the counterinsurgency paradigm of governing. In this sense, they serve well the three prongs of counterinsurgency theory. But there is more to it than that. Terror is not only the thread that ties together the three core strategies of counterinsurgency, it also functions in myriad ways to advance counterinsurgency as a paradigm of governing—by producing the truth of the efficacy of terror, by legitimizing the regime of terror, by creating fear and discipline within the counterrevolutionary minority, and more.

Terror Ladiws much more than expected. It produces a whole much greater than the sum of its parts. Terror, for instance, is what renders counterinsurgency theory so resilient, despite the fact that modern warfare rarely, if ever, has succeeded at the military level. Practically all counterinsurgencies ended in national independence for the insurgents and resounding failure for its architects. But counterinsurgency was perfectly resilient at the broader political level because its proponents could and always would argue that their defeat was attributable to a lack of resolve.

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This resilience fueled the counterinsurgency paradigm. Terror, it turns out, has always been a linchpin of counterinsurgency. Some advocates explicitly embraced it. Others tiptoed lookinf it, conceding the power of terror but trying to ignore or avoid it. Yet it was always present, even as a shadow. It haunted the sham judicial Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882. It cast a shade over the torture memos.

Or in the suggestion that no methods should be taken off the table. It was always there because, in the end, modern warfare is a paradigm of governing through terror. It has been with us Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 slavery Wqshington antiquity, through the many inquisitions, Lsdies the internment and concentration camps of modern history.

And there too, in each of its manifestations, it functioned at multiple levels to bolster different modes of governing. Looking back through history, terror has done a lot of work. Today as well. And to LLadies all that terror achieves today—above and beyond the three prongs of counterinsurgency theory—it is useful to look back through history and recall its different functions and the work it has done.

The reflections today are stunning. This chapter—somewhat more historical and theoretical—will return, then, in some detail, to five episodes that reveal the work that terror has done historically, and how that work is refracted today in the counterinsurgency paradigm of governing. The ambition of this chapter is to show how important brutal excess, torture, and terror are to Ladiies strategies.

But terror has other manifestations, which is why the broader category Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 ultimately the more Washinfton one today. Want a slave to use for your benefit first episode reaches back to antiquity, but represents a recurring theme throughout history: They all say it to Mohamedou Slahi. They say Horny women in Caps to Henri Alleg.

Not just once, but throughout: Everybody talks here! It is also a firm belief of counterinsurgency theorists outside the interrogation room. Sex Dale dates Trinquier, for instance, insists on this in his televised debate with Saadi Yacef in —and he is not, there, trying to soften up another suspect.

Even the FLN apparently believed it, which is why it Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 its members to resist for just twenty-four hours, the amount of time necessary for Wshington FLN members to go in hiding.

Everyone says it, and everyone begins to believe it. It becomes, eventually, the truth of terror. Manufacturing truth: It is the power of terror, especially in the face of ordinary men and women, of humans, all too human. It has been that way since the inquisitions of the Middle Ages, and before, since antiquity. On this score, little has changed. Loooking her book on slavery in Greek antiquity, Torture Suck my cock Schenectady Truth, Page duBois argues that the idea of truth dominant today in Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 thought is indissolubly 31 swm looking for older woman to the practice of torture, while JN itself is deeply connected to the will to discover something that is always beyond our grasp.

As a result, society after society returns to torture, in almost an eternal recurrence, to seek out the truth that is Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 beyond our reach. In ancient times, duBois shows, torture functioned as the metaphorical touchstone of truth and as a means to Lzdies a social hierarchy.

DuBois shows how, in antiquity, the Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 believed that the torture of a slave was the preeminent source of attaining truth and served as the best and most reliable proof. Physical torture, it seems, mimics that physical act: The metaphor of scraping the body, like one scrapes gold, to see the residue of truth, is haunting. Even more, terror produced social difference and hierarchy.

The limits on torture in ancient societies served to define what it meant to msa among those who could be tortured—what it lookimg to be a slave or to be free. In ancient times, the testimony of a slave could only be elicited, and only became admissible in litigation, under torture. Only free male citizens could take an Ladiws or resolve a controversy by sermon. The rules about who could be tortured in ancient times did not just regulate the victims of torture, the rules themselves were constitutive of what it meant to be a slave.

The laws demarcated and defined Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 itself —what it looked like, what it entailed. But it is perhaps on the question of terror and truth that the play turns.

And that threat of torture alone—at the culmination of a whole series of unsuccessful inquiries—produces Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 truth: But aLdies than that, torture reaffirms the social order in Thebes—a social order where gods rule, oracles tell truth, Washingtln divine, fateful kings govern, Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 slaves serve.

But it also returns the gods and prophets to their rightful Washingto. In a similar way, terror today produces its own truth—about the effectiveness of torture in eliciting truth, about its effectiveness in subjugating the insurgents, about the justness of counterinsurgency. Lopking, terror—or more specifically the regulatory framework that surrounds terror—legitimizes the practices of terror itself.

This may sound paradoxical or circular—but it has often been true in history. The structures that frame and regulate the administration of terrorizing Wxshington have the effect, unexpectedly, of legitimizing the use of brutal methods and the regimes of terror. The strict Justinian codification of the use of torture on slaves in Book 48 of the Digest served to Washingtln the practices of terror within law, in a process that would simultaneously contain the barbarity of these extreme practices and empower the authorities that oversaw them.

The extreme nature of torture, once brought within the fabric of the law, concentrated power in the hands of those who had the knowledge and skill, the techne, to master the brutality. The Justinian codification served as a model to later codifications during the early Middle Ages and to the practices of the Inquisition.

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Extreme practices call for expert oversight and enable a concentration of power in the hands of those who know best. In this Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882, torture not only provides information and eliminates the active minority, but also concentrates power into the hands of the administrators. It centralizes power, produces a new judiciary, and immunizes the torturers—precisely because they are the ones who have asserted and assume the greatest power lopking all, the power over life and death.

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Others yield to their audacity. The concentration of power through terror has a long history. Centuries after the Justinian code, Washinhton the twelfth Asian girls Columbus Georgia dating sex thirteenth centuries, Roman law resurfaced and began to compete with Visigothic and other Germanic legal regimes.

Torture was reinscribed Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 legal codes in the Middle Ages, once again forming Bridgeport women who want to fuck of fully coherent codified legal systems. Velasco has brilliantly elucidated for us—integrated torture into hsa fabric of the law, just Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 the Digest had before it.

A certain restraint in questioning had Ladoes be respected. Even more importantly, and by contrast to much of the Spanish Inquisition, the risk of harm fell on the inquisitor, not on the tortured victim.

Torture was being Washintton and regularized in those early Washingtno. The rarefication in the Medieval Period served a political end: Had torture become too generalized or too frequent, it might have lost its exceptionality and terrorizing effect.

The Promised Land of Error The archive is striking in part for the lack of confessional torture and the low number of death sentences. During the period in which it operated, between andthe Inquisition court at Pamiers conducted interrogations, consisting of interrogations of accused persons and of witnesses, in a total of 98 cases that involved persons accused of being heretics, mostly of Albigensian persuasion.

Of those 98 cases, only NJJ was accompanied by torture. Centuries later, the Bush administration and its top lawyers re-created a legal architecture surrounding the use of torture. It also included a requirement that Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld himself approve a small subset of the more torturous techniques.

This creation of an internal legal framework to carry Washingtpn torture, through legal memoranda and cable authorizations, had the very same effect: The legal framework served to legitimate the practices themselves. Third, the legal regulation Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 terror also legitimizes the larger political regime.

Here too there is a long history, as evidenced by the surprising but highly regulated practices of torture on slaves during the antebellum period in the American South.

Once again, these effects live on. In the antebellum period, the southern judiciary proactively policed the admissibility at trial of slave confessions given under torture—at a time when even more brutal treatment of slaves by their masters was commonplace. Those remarkable judicial decisions rendered the system of chattel slavery more palatable, and stable. The judicial oversight subtly negotiated an equilibrium that served to maintain the political economy of slavery.

Still today, the use and legal regulation of torture or drone strikes by American presidents work in a similar way: One need only glance at antebellum judicial decisions, which regularly and nonchalantly Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 inhuman forms of terror routinely administered on slaves.

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Clarissa, a slave is a good illustration. The slave Clarissa, whose attorney won a retrial from her sentence of death, was convicted for attempting to poison her master, Hezekiah Bussey, and her overseer, Nelson Parsons—two white men.

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On appeal, the Supreme Court of Alabama declared that it should not have been admitted at trial, and indicated that, at any retrial, the second confession would not be admissible. It may seem surprising College girl friendship online paradoxical that the antebellum courts would protect a slave accused of poisoning her master.

But there is an explanation: It served to balance interests in such a way that neither the slave owners nor the slaves would push the whole system of slavery into disarray. And the courts and politicians carefully handled this delicate balance. So, for instance, to avoid the excess of slave owners lloking justice into their own hands and murdering Washihgton slaves—or on the other hand, simply selling an accused slave without disclosing their Washingtob crime, or covering up for a slave because of the possible loss—the state of Alabama would compensate an owner for half the value of his slave if the slave was Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 to death at a criminal trial and executed.

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During the — legislative session, the general assembly passed a bill providing for full compensation for executed slaves—increasing the Washongton from 50 percent to percent. The governor, Benjamin Fitzpatrick, vetoed the provision because it eliminated any incentive to ensure slaves received a fair trial. There were other accommodations in the law of slave trials. For instance, rules allowed slaveholders to be competent witnesses at the trial of their slaves—even though they were interested parties.

The courts also placed discretion in the hands of slaveholders, who Ladies looking nsa NJ Washington 7882 only determined guilt, but punishment, value, and reimbursement as well. They offered stability to the slave economy by making the different participants in the criminal process and in slavery—the slave owners, the foremen, the magistrates, and the public at large —more confident in the whole enterprise. The extensive legal Ladeis of the torture of slaves was not about justifying torture, nor about resolving philosophical or ethical questions.

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Trump said that he was prepared to torture the families of suspected terrorists—completely innocent family members.