Three of the five defendants in the Indian rape trial are claiming that their confessions were made under torture. It it easy to think " well they would claim that wouldnt they ? ".
But what if it is true ?
Where does the moral high ground lie then ?
Did they " ask for it ? "
And in any case torture or not, is it possible for them to have a fair trial ?
Furthermore is it possible to ask these questions without an implication that one is condoning rape ?
Gendun P. Brownlow.
Karma Kagyu student.