I have a question: Does John F. Kerry think that the tasering of the FSU student was "torture?" After all, he mentioned electrocution as a method of US torture of N. Vietnamese, in his famous "winter soldier" speech to Congress. Isn't his word, as a soldier and statesman, of what constitutes "torture" still valid, even if the electrocution was not on the genitals at FSU? Didn't Kerry hear the screams of the victim, as he droned on in the lecture hall?
I'm sure that more than a few people were tortured by having to listen to Kerry, but that's a separate point.