British servicement should refrain from acting aggressively and shouting loudly at prisoners, a lawyer has announced. "Apart from being rude, this upsets the prisoners and makes them resentful. Loud shouting almost certainly infringes their human rights as well."
"Besides" he continued "anyone can see that such behaviour is inevitably counter-productive. If our troops behave discourteously towards captured insurgents who have been bombing and shooting at them, the insurgents are likely to turn against us and become hostile."