After watching the movie Rendition, a movie that follows the story of a CIA agent who witnesses an enhanced interrogation in a foreign country involving torture. In ethics, for a week we watched videos, read articles, and talked about the United States involvement in interrogations like these and how many leaders have continued denying it. Although it is more than obvious that we in fact do become involved in such events, I can not help but wonder if torturing people provides reliable information. In my opinion, I would say that no we do not at all receive reliable information. The main question is whether it is best to not punished innocent people but let the guilty people go or is it better to punish innocent people so that the guilty people do not freely go?