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'The Beef Stew' was a military torture tactic adopted in 1972. This method is similar to water boarding, though, instead of using water- the torturer squats over the suspect and explosively defecates all over the suspects face.

To optimize the technique, the torturer often eats a meal heavy in grease, and then takes some laxatives to increase the projectile velocity of the defecation.

Due to it's grotesque nature, this method was banned in 1993 and deemed an "Inhumane form of torture".
The prisoners of war were given 'The Beef Stew' to improve their compliance to interrogation.
by Rothchild Shnuttervinkle February 11, 2011

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