The Science of Interrogation: Rapport, Not Torture

The Science of Interrogation: Rapport, Not Torture – http://huff.to/1wgT7eP

My personal favorite book on it is “Practical Aspects of Interview And Interrogation” by Zulawski and Wicklander, second edition, 2002 CRC Press.

The first edition was published about a decade earlier.

The basic thrust is rapport as a basis for interrogation.

So when the pro-torture crowd said that there was no existing literature on the subject, they lied. 

I’d already read some cover to cover and worked it into my interviews and cross examinations before they started torturing random Muslims.

It shows exceptional psychological insight.

It is cited as being in the Library of Congress.

So let’s just admit that some sickos wanted to torture Muslims for being Muslim and get it over with.

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