Sunday, May 18, 2008

FBI agents say aggressive interrogation tactics yield little actual intelligence, prevent them establishing rapport with detainees and violate the law

F.B.I. Gets Mixed Review in Interrogation Report - New York Times: "The department inspector general’s office is expected to conclude that no agents for the Federal Bureau of Investigation took part in the military’s rough interrogations, a key validation for the bureau, officials said. “The F.B.I. should be credited for its conduct and professionalism in detainee interrogations in the military zones,” the inspector general said in one section of the report, which is likely to be released publicly next week."

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