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Ever since its first season on fox in the aftermath of the 911 attacks in 2011 Robert Cochran and Joel Surnows addictive television series 24 has educated its viewers on how much and what type of torture suspected as well as convicted terrorists endure before giving out invalid or significant information about a recent or prospective tragedy In the most intense realistic and descriptive story lines ever 24 has revealed different torturing methods that even after the end of the series are too graphic to watch In its final and most intense season ever there is a very disturbing episode in which Jack Bauer the star of the series interrogates a Russian assassin named Pavel Tokarev Tokarev was a hired assassin who killed Jacks girlfriend Renee walker and unsuccessfully attempted to kill him in a shopping mall where Jack apprehended him He then takes Tokarev to the back of a deserted building nearby and orders him to empty his pockets ties him to one of the pillars of the empty room emptying his pockets of his cell phone and wallet Jack first asks for Tokarevs boss and when Tokarev refuses to answer and calls Renee a Bitch Jack beats him up until he practically bleeds from every part of his body However Tokarevs still does not give out his bosss identity and Bauer signals him that he is just getting started You are going to tell me what I want to Know Jack whisper-yells in Tokarevs ear It is just a matter of How Much you want it to hurt24 season 7 episode 5 but all Jack got from his assassin prisoner was a bloody spit and an evil grin So to prove his point Jack continues on to his next step he picks up a knife and Slices the trained assassin like a thanksgiving turkey that you just want to torture and not eat He both cut and stabbed the knife at the good
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