Steve Smith reports:

Scots gangsters are using "waterboarding" terror tactics to torture rivals. Hardened crooks have copied the CIA-style interrogation technique where water is poured on to a cloth covering the victim's mouth and nose to simulate drowning.

Massie adds:

You may not weep at the thought of drug dealers behaving in this fashion; you might however be disappointed that they're taking their cue from the government of the United States of America.

The city on a hill has become a dungeon in a secret site.

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