the individual who knows where the bomb is hidden. Wouldn’t you bewilling to torture the individual in such a situation.?In reply to this scenario, Georgetown law professor David Laban hasover some interesting challenges. According to Luban, this scenariomakes some assumption that are seldom-if ever-met in reality . In thescenario for instance it is assumed that we know for sure that the suspecthas all of the information we need but when is that ever actually thecase? If we really don’t know what the suspects might be able to reveal,could we still be justified in torturing that individual as long as the oddsof getting that needed information high enough? How high should thoseodds be? Is 50/50 sufficient? Could torturing someone when there is justa 20% chance of success still be justified if enough is at stake? Shouldthe question of torture be a game of odds in the first place? Also, howmany individuals could we justifiably subject to torture lite because eventhe later can cause permanent psychological and physical harm.Standing in stress positions, for instance, can cause swollen ankles,blistering on the feet, and an increased heart rate. Carried far enough, it’skind of eventually lead to kidney failure and heart attack. Sleepdeprivation, meanwhile, can produce delusions, and in some cases, thesedelusions May remain heaven after deprivation has ceased. Torture litecan also cause post-traumatic stress disorder to such severity that thevictim may never be able to function as a normal member of society.PLEASE CREATE A 8-10 POWER POINT SLIDES ON THE TOPIC TORTURE LITE, IN YOUR RESEARCH AND POWER POINT PLEASE MAKE A REFERENCE TO THE ABOVE CASE STUDY.