Two Black men tortured by Mississippi law enforcement demand harshest penalties for former officers.

Former officers admitted to racially motivated torture, including stun guns and a mock execution.

Victims' attorney calls for severe sentences, citing ongoing physical and emotional suffering.

Former lawmen face federal sentencing after pleading guilty to charges including conspiracy and obstruction.

Prosecutor-recommended sentences range from five to 30 years, concurrent with potential federal penalties.

Investigation links officers to previous violent encounters; victims' false charges dropped in June.

Some officers nicknamed themselves the "Goon Squad," known for excessive force and cover-ups.

Sheriff condemns brutality, promises department reform; victims seek resignation and file civil lawsuit.