Why do Thai police electrocute the genitals of persons in their custody?

Asian Human Rights Commission

Please give your opinion and any comments for each of the following questions, remove the page and return to the Asian Human Rights Commission at 19th Floor, Go-Up Commercial Bldg, 998 Canton Road, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong; fax: +852 2698 6367. Answers will be used confidentially.

1. Physically, is electrocuting genitals the worst form of pain that can be used to get a confession?

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2. Culturally and psychologically, is electrocuting genitals the worst form of humiliation that can be used on a person in custody?

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3. Practically, is electrocuting genitals the easiest form of serious assault available to Thai police?

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4. Do persons in police custody deserve to have their genitals electrocuted?

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5. Do Thai police enjoy electrocuting genitals?

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6. Are persons who have had their genitals electrocuted likely to be too intimidated or embarrassed to complain?

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7. Do Thai police believe that they can do anything they like to a person in their custody?

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8. Do Thai police believe that the judicial system is too weak or too slow to punish them for anything they do?

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