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This was a torture rack used in the Tower of London which was said to have been introduced by John Holland, the 2nd Duke of Exeter and the constable of the Tower in Seeing the device in action could be a far more effective means of interrogation than experiencing it yourself. Various methods of inflicting intense pain by stretching dated back to the Greeks. No matter what the type of torture or punishment was used it was seen as a totally legitimate means for justice to extract confessions, obtain the names of accomplices, obtain testimonies or confessions or to impose a penalty, sanctioned by law for a wrong committed. Stretched on the Rack Facts and interesting information about Medieval Torture and Punishment, specifically Stretched on the Rack, during the era. Stretched on the Rack Facts and interesting information about Medieval Torture and Punishment, specifically Stretched on the Rack, during the era Torture and Punishment - Stretched on the Rack During the Medieval times inflicting pain and torture was an accepted form of punishment or interrogation.