As made evident by recent moves by the U.S. administration, those responsible for this kind of violence are unlikely to face consequences anytime soon. In fact, the opposite may happen, with torture being rewarded.
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"People have power and I want them to begin using it to hold their government accountable for the abuse it does to people like me," said one formerly detained asylum seeker.