"All people are equal before the law and are entitled, without discrimination to equal protection of the law."
Reports also indicate that it has become accepted in human rights law that in order to achieve substantive equality "it may be necessary to redress structural and social disadvantage and to accord differential treatment to some groups."
Such an adjustment to the rule of law for political and social means is wholly inappropriate as it opens the door for new prejudices and discrimination.
Sexual violence is sexual violence whether I am of the 1% or 99%. Torture is torture and should never be condoned or acceptable, especially as a way to bring another relief. There must be measures and ways to adjudicate the social imbalances without infringing basic rights and freedoms of all human beings so that the law always stands strong in the light of malice and wrongdoing.
In other words no government on this earth should ever forsake basic rights and laws for political or social means.