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Haley Varvel
Mrs. Poteet
AP English Language

Torture In Prisons

Torture is a touchy subject, it might be something someone does not want to talk about because of how disgusting it is. But torture, of all shakes and kinds, are happening everywhere and we do not know it.
Torture can be anything, it can be domestic abuse, it could be forcing people to do something that makes them uncomfortable, or anything in between. Torture takes many faces, and it can be anywhere. Torture is in prisons, disguised as punishments for the inmates, some ...

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