There are only a few different types of torture victims. This is because the torture group does just the few different approaches to victim’s torture. The torture group seems to operate by picking the exact victim as a last act after creating the torture case they want to do. It seems to be pre-planned and thorough.
Each victim gets a torture premise. The premise is what the torture group is presenting themselves as to the victim; their identity. The victim’s type of torture received depends on the false identity premise of the torture group.
Things get creative in dealing with the flow for the torture group. They are prepared to deal with as many situations arising as possible. In the event of an unexpected situation the torture operator can only run a torture attack program which is previously created. This stifling signature is part of the torture group and helps identify them and their torture.
The victim’s torture is planned out for years in advance. The torture group wants to adjust the victim’s life into the easiest lifestyle possible to allow the torture to be done best. This calls for intense and destructive torture. That’s why the beginning of the torture is so often the most degenerating.
The torture group wants to create a person whose torture symptoms resemble a mental illness, most often schizophrenia. There is no victim of this torture who is not experiencing intense negative torture attacks which negatively impact them. All the actions the torture group takes are harmful.
The torture group may follow a pattern of victim type but due to the victims living individual lives and the use of a semi-automated computer system the torture seems more individualized than it truly is. The torture is less creative than people think.
The torture group wants a temporary affect that is the torture to last for years. This means they have to stay active. The torture goes on for so long that no one actually knows the end time of a torture case.