Obama Helps Our Enemies by releasing CIA Interrogation (torture) Memos - American weaklings Obama has castrated our CIA with the release of these interrogation tactics that were used shortly after 9/11 in hopes of preventing a series of attacks, which if allowed to take place would have created a demand by the American people for massive retaliation against any and all countries who we thought might have links to terrorism. Now with Obama's new rules will no longer be able to prevent terrorist attacks anymore. An interrogator will not even be allowed to raise their voice to a captured terrorist in the hopes of getting vital information to stop an attack on us. They will have to ask the terrorist; pretty please, with sugar on top, will you give us the information that we desire, if you do, then we will give you another soda. What a bunch of wimp asses we are becoming. What are we trying to do, commit national suicide? Are we insane? Just how big of an attack will we have to suffer before we do what must be done to insure our safety? Will a nuclear bomb have to go off in New York City before we take the threat of Radical Islam serious? I do not want a nuclear bomb to go off in any of our cities, but if it must happen; I would hope that it would be in Washington DC, and when there is a joint session of congress with the President is giving an address. In this way at least we will have the benefit of our inept worthless leaders being out of the way, thereby allowing us to start a new government, one that would hopefully obey the Constitution. I have complete ...
Riz Khan - An interrogator speaks - Dec 18 - Part 2 How far should interrogators go to get information from suspects? Riz Khan and his guests talk about the much debated American policies on torture.
The Interrogation: Bartolomé De Las Casas A project that some friends and I worked on for our World Civilization class. A little biography about Bartolome De Las Casas: Bartolomé de las Casas OP (c. 1484 -- 18 July 1566) was a 16th-century Spanish Dominican priest, the first resident Bishop of Chiapas. As a settler in the New World he witnessed, and was driven to oppose, the poor treatment of the Native Americans by the Spanish colonists and advocated before King Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor on behalf of rights for the natives. Originally having proposed to replace the slave labor of the natives with the importation of slaves from Africa, he eventually recanted this stance as well, and became an advocate for the Africans in the colonies. Directed, produced, and edited by Justin Niere - www.justinoproductions.tk Asst. Producer - Andre Douglas CAST Kenneth "Maurice" Moore - Bartolome De Las Casas Robert Loussaint - The Interrogator *Watch the bloopers/outtakes here -
The Interrogator Gotham City has a new villain -one who won't take "no" for an answer. This comedy short by the Ramsey Brothers reminds us we could all be a hero to someone.
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe INTERROGATOR BARRICADE Review My review on Interrogator Barricade
Transformers 2:ROTF Deluxe Class Interrogator Barricade Unboxing Interrogator Barricade:'Are you username Ladiesman217?' Sam :I don't know what you're talking about Interrogator Barricade:ARE YOU USERNAME LADIESMAN217? Sam :Yeah. Interrogator Barricade:Where is ebay item 21153? Interrogator Barricade:Where are the GLASSES??
13 year-old beaten during interrogation and imprisoned for two months On 13 November 2007, soldiers arrested Majed Jaradat, 13, after he threw stones during a demonstration in Sa'ir Village, Hebron District. Jaradat's testimony to B'Tselem indicates that while he was detained, soldiers beat and kicked him in the back. The violence continued in the interrogation room at the Etzion police station, where the interrogator beat him. Jaradat was sentenced to two months' imprisonment, which he served among adult prisoners.
The Oculus: Drakos the Interrogator (Boss) videos for the Oculus instance in the World of Warcraft Wrath of the Lich King. See the website for the full instance guide.
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Effective Interrogation Techniques Join the New America Foundation and The National Interest for a discussion with Matthew Alexander, the former senior military interrogator who led an elite interrogation team in Iraq that found Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the former al-Qaeda leader, who was killed in a subsequent air strike. Alexander has just authored a cover story for The National Interest on the relationship between interrogation techniques and deradicalization in Indonesia, and has conducted more than three hundred interrogations and supervised more than one thousand.
Us Interrogator Talks Openly About Abu Ghraib 25-oct-2006 Sky News 25th October 2006 Former US Interrogator talks openly about what happened at Abu Ghraib and the bull*** from Rumsfeld Seem the torture we know about is nothing compared to what really happens. Education thru Information (Educational & Conspiracy Forums)
Inside Saddam's Interrogation A young FBI agent is selected to handle the interrogation of Saddam Hussein, but he doesn't let his youth get in the way. Interrogating Saddam : SUN MAY 30 10P et/pt :
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Ex-FBI Interrogator Calls Harsh Tactics 'Ineffective' (NPR) Recorded from NPR's (National Public Radio) "All Things Considered" May 13, 2009 - A former senior FBI agent involved in the interrogation of captured al-Qaida operative Abu Zubaydah told a Senate panel Wednesday that the use of harsh techniques to extract information was "slow, ineffective and unreliable." Ali Soufan, speaking from behind a screen to protect his identity, testified before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee at the first hearing to look into four Bush-era memos released last month by the White House that detail the authorization of so-called enhanced interrogation of terrorism suspects. Soufan told lawmakers that he and fellow agents went "by the book" and gained actionable intelligence from Zubaydah by standard "informed interrogation" methods. Later, when the CIA's privately contracted interrogators took over the questioning, using techniques such as waterboarding, or controlled drowning, Zubaydah "shut down" and stopped giving good information, Soufan said. The controversy over the use of what some describe as torture has been fueled in recent weeks by the release of the four memos and a high-profile media blitz launched by former Vice President Cheney to defend the Bush administration's actions. It also came on the same day an Obama administration official said the White House is backing away from an earlier promise to release previously unseen photos showing abuse of terrorism suspects, fearing they could endanger US troops. Soufan said his experience ...
CIA Archives: Interrogation Techniques (3/4) (1955) 1955 Watch the full film: Interrogations may involve torture. When torture is employed in interrogation, the first thing the interrogator typically does is to speculate on the type of information s/he would like to extract from the subject. This assists the interrogator in creating a benchmark that the subject must meet in order to end the painful or uncomfortable conditions that occur in torture. The process of using torture to extract this targeted information may have three possible outcomes. The first is that the subject knows nothing and provides made-up information or a false confession in order to cause the torture to stop; the second is that the subject has the information that the interrogator seeks but is able to "hold out" or divert the interrogators attention with false information (which can be misconstrued for the previous outcome mentioned); and the third is that the subject capitulates under torture and offers the interrogator truthful information. Interrogation has yielded all three results. However, much controversy surrounds the process of torture because of both its human rights implications and the fact that it remains possible that an innocent person can be tortured. When the subject of torture doesn't actually have information or is innocent, the subject may provide a false confession. If not, that individual must bear with the procedures with the knowledge that s/he cannot stop it. Many human rights ...
Killer Bean Episode 1 The Interrogation This episode was made in 1996 and is 2:41 minutes long. The beans are shades of blue and green, with dark blue shoes and gloves. Only Killer bean is red with purple gloves and shoes. All the action takes place in one room (with beans and a chair, nothing else). Killer bean has been imprisoned. After the blue beans have asked many questions (with some punching) he introduces himself as being The Killer Bean. The interrogator gets scared when he discovers who he has been punching and attempts to run away, but a guard bean shoots him. The beans continue the interrogation with another bigger, stronger bean as the interrogator. After a few more kicks and questions Killer bean manages to take guns from his two guards' hands and kills every bean in the room.
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Former Interrogator Rebukes Cheney for Torture Speech Dick Cheney says that torturing detainees has saved American lives. That claim is patently false. Cheney's torture policy was directly responsible for the deaths of hundreds if not thousands of American servicemen and women. Matthew Alexander was the senior military interrogator for the task force that tracked down Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq and, at the time, a higher priority target than Osama bin Laden. Mr. Alexander has personally conducted hundreds of interrogations and supervised over a thousand of them. "Torture does not save lives. Torture costs us lives," Mr. Alexander said in an exclusive interview at Brave New Studios. "And the reason why is that our enemies use it, number one, as a recruiting tool...These same foreign fighters who came to Iraq to fight because of torture and abuse....literally cost us hundreds if not thousands of American lives." Sound off at
CIA Archives: Interrogation Techniques (2/4) (1955) 1955 Watch the full film: Interrogation or questioning is interviewing as commonly employed by officers of the police, military, and Intelligence agencies with the goal of extracting a confession or obtaining information. Subjects of interrogation are often the suspects, victims, or witnesses of a crime. Interrogation may involve a diverse array of techniques, ranging from developing a rapport with the subject to outright torture. There are multiple techniques employed in interrogation including deception, torture, increasing suggestibility, and the use of mind-altering drugs. A person's suggestibility is how willing they are to accept and act on suggestions by others. Interrogators seek to increase a subject's suggestibility. Methods used to increase suggestibility may include moderate sleep deprivation, exposure to constant white noise, and using GABAergic drugs such as sodium amytal or sodium thiopental. Deception can form an important part of effective interrogation. In the United States, there is no law or regulation that forbids the interrogator from lying about the strength of their case, from making misleading statements or from implying that the interviewee has already been implicated in the crime by someone else. As noted above, traditionally the issue of deception is considered from the perspective of the interrogator engaging in deception towards the individual being interrogated. Recently, work completed regarding ...
Mexican Interrogation an unfortunate superhero has to interrogate a mexican... this is my second animated video. rate, comment, favorite, and SUBSCRIBE! HERES THE SCRIPT SINCE THE CHARACTERS CAN SOMETIMES BE DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND!!!: interrogator: ok man, imma give u 5 seconds to start talkin. mexican: ¿qué? (what?) interrogator: u heard me ese. tell me what u and ur crew were up to last nite. mexican: ¡ta loca! (thats crazy!) ¡no hacíamos nada! (we didnt do anything!) interrogator: look man, i dont speak spanish. i know u know some english. mexican: sí señor. (yes sir.) sé un poco íngles. (i know a little english.) hello mister. interrogator: hi. mexican: hello mister. interrogator: now can u tell me what happened last nite? mexican: hello mister. interrogator: is that all u know how to say?! mexican: no mister. i can say more. interrogator: yeah "don pablo" id hope so. god, i hate my job... mexican: my name is not don pablo. interrogator: i dont give a *** what ur name is, answer the goddam question! mexican: do not be mad at me mister. interrogator: i cant help it. ur annoying as hell, and of course, im the one who has to interrogate u. mexican: i am so sorry mister. but i did not do anything wrong. interrogator: how do i know that? mexican: i am mexican. we do not lie. interrogator: oh... that makes sense. FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER:
Interrogation #1 So the fat man-lady apparently stole something and the guy with the bad Russian accent is trying to discover why she stole it as the interrogator. And well the story goes from there. I'd like to thank my cousin Charlie for once again helping with the videos like he did with super awesome hobo guy. (Charlie is a soda-holic) sorry for some bad language. Rate, comment, thumbs up, and subscribe because I threw-up in the making of this vid.
US Interrogator: "You have THREE minutes to live" THE VIDEO THE USA TRIED TO BAN: The torturer is seen to strangle this man with a cable tie and then chillingly tell him, "You have 3 minutes to live" Is this really how the United States wants to be seen around the world? Am I really only one of a few who sees this as being WRONG? If a man has a cable tie pulled tight around his neck and then told he has Three minutes to live, isn't that a Mock Execution? Arent Mock Executions a violation of the Geneva Conventions that amounts to a Warcrime?
The Interrogator This is an entry to the 2005 48 Hour Film (Greensboro). It aired on UNC-TV's "North Carolina Visions" Among the actors: Kevin Campbell, Kevin Bright, and Shelley Stolaroff Segal. Check out their imdb pages.
transformers ROTF Interrogator Barricade Barricade is apparently a complicated robot. He's considered "fractious" even by Decepticon standards, yet is willing to give Starscream the benefit of the doubt and follow where he leads, at least for the time being. Though not totally dedicated to the service of the Decepticons' current leader, he is much more cautious and reserved about expressing mutinous dissent than say most. He believes that Starscream is vital in their search for Megatron and the All Spark. In many ways this makes him Starscream's closest ally in the naturally combative Decepticon ranks. Then again, it's been said that he likes to trick people into trusting him, just so he can see their reactions when they find out just how much of a bad idea it was. As such, he has disguised himself as an Earth police car in an attempt to fool the humans around him. If his attitude toward his fellow Decepticons is inconsistent, his attitude toward the Autobots is not: kill them all. Barricade might not be as large as most of his peers, but he is every bit as deadly. He thoroughly relishes every chance in fighting the Autobots. He's smart enough to let one live if he thinks he or the Decepticons can use it to their advantage, but most of the time, they're dead before someone's even thought of a plan.
Interrogator Shares Saddam's Confessions: No WMDS! Saddam Hussein confesses about not having any WMDs and disliking who he labeled a "fanatic" Osama bin Laden. In his first television interview, FBI Agent George Piro tells Scott Pelley how he won the confidence of Saddam Hussein and got the truth out of him in a seven-month interrogation. You can find the CBS article @ Comment, Rate, Share . . . Please!
Guantanamo Bay child soldier CSIS interrogation - Omar Khadr www.cbc.ca A ***age Omar Khadr sobs uncontrollably as Canadian spy agents question him at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in a brief video excerpt released via the internet early Tuesday morning. The 10-minute video posted just after 5 am ET is of poor quality and the voices are often inaudible, as it was never intended to be viewed by the public. But it shows Khadr, 16 at the time, being interviewed by Canadian officials in late February 2003. The excerpt is from five formerly classified DVDs consisting of 7.5 hours of questioning, six months after Khadr was captured following a 2002 firefight in Afghanistan. The tapes, made public under a court order obtained by Khadr's lawyers, offer a rare glimpse of interrogations of Guantanamo detainees and of Khadr. Khadr, now 21, has been held at the military prison for the past six years. Shows interrogator wounds At one point during one of the interviews, Khadr raises his orange shirt to show wounds on his back and stomach that he says he sustained during the firefight. "I'm not a doctor, but I think you're getting good medical care," the interrogator responds. Khadr cries, "I lost my eyes. I lost my feet. Everything!" in reference to how the firefight in Afghanistan affected his vision. "No, you still have your eyes and your feet are still at the end of your legs, you know," a man says. Between gasping sobs, Khadr tells the agent several times, "You don't care about me." As Khadr continues crying, the agent ...
Lost Soundtrack Season 1 - Oceanic 815 Great Track on the Soundtrack full of emotion and is perfect in Lost Enjoy :-) Disclaimer: This song is the property of someone else
An Interrogator's Perspective About Torture Terrence Karney is a former Army interrogator and interrogation instructor who served as a Staff Sergeant with the 223rd Military Intelligence battalion of the California Army National Guard. He made this presentation on a panel discussion "Torture is a Moral Issue" in Palo Alto, CA 6/26/2009. (/no2torture)
SPC Damien Corsetti (Bagram Interrogator) & Jack Cloonan FBI SPC Damien Corsetti speaks about his personal experience with leadership at Bagram Air Base. He is followed by Jack Cloonan, former FBI Special Agent and interrogator.
Interrogation: Truth Behind Wordclay Free Book Publishing Driven to the brink of insanity, a man takes a Wordclay employee hostage to find out the truth about Wordclay's free self publishing service. Why would Wordclay help writers create and publish books for free? The interrogator is convinced there must be a catch. A dark, humorous twist on the idea that "nothing is ever free." Watch to learn the facts about how you can make a book and self publish with Wordclay.
The Quiller Memorandum (1966) - Interrogation scene Agent Quiller (George Segal) is interrogated by the neo-*** Oktober (Max von Sydow).
the interrogation. An undead scout is captured. He is "aggressively debriefed" by a Scarlet Interrogator. Welcome to his mind. *i think this vid is rough around the edges compared to my previous ones. but i was a little sick and on codine... and maaaaaybe had some time that night.
Riz Khan - An interrogator speaks - Dec 18 - Part 1 How far should interrogators go to get information from suspects? Riz Khan and his guests talk about the much debated American policies on torture.
National Instruments Optical Sensor Interrogator To learn more, visit us at bit.ly See how the new NI PXI optical sensor interrogator can perform high-accuracy sensor measurements in high EMI environments and across very long distances
"Love & Happiness" (by Soul the Interrogator & DJ Peg) - Prod. Nitro Fresh "Love & Happiness" from - Soul the Interrogator & DJ Peg: Graffiti Post Mix Tape. Release date: Wed July 21st. It will be available for free download on the following sites: http Featured Arists Grynch Ripynt Faust Kay Bee Indijinis Petty-P Aro Jugga Hill Fatal Lucciauno Original Production by: Nitro Fresh (Saturday Morning Cartoon) Nickels Hawkeye (Comunalien, Lojique, Oldominion) J-Milla the Beat Guru (GMK, Headlinez) uploaded by Nitro Fresh
ESPN Endless Drama: The Interrogation ESPN commercial from their 2008 fantasy baseball campaign "Endless Drama" This one stars comedian Brian Haley as the interrogator and Angles center fielder Torri Hunter as his partner. ESPN commentator Eric Carabell plays himself.
Keith & The Torture Timeline - Former Interrogator Matthew Alexander Interview 4/23/09 On Countdown with Keith Olbermann, former interrogator Matthew Alexander explains effective interrogation techniques and why. 4/23/09
The Torturer Movie Trailer - An Interrogator Returns From Iraq w/ Acute PTSD • Shocking, compelling, intense... Thom Hartmann, Air America Radio The Torturer aka Force Drift (2009) is a bleeding-edge psycho-thriller from writer/director Graham Green that dives headfirst into an adrenaline-fueled world of psycho-killers, secret prisons, terrorists, and political intrigue. Legendary Nichelle Nichols (Lt. Uhura Star Trek) stars in this sharp new pic along with rising star powerhouse Andrew Walker (Steel Toes, with David Strathairn), and chic Persian newbie Mahsa Masoudi (Revenge of the Nerds 2006). Sophia Choi, former CNN anchor, is also featured. OFFICIAL SELECTION: London Independent & St. Louis International Film Festivals QUOTES: • "I got sucked right in... from beginning to end. It's like a Stephen King/John Grisham short story. SCARY!!! I'm a little spooked now..." Christina Park, WNYW/ Fox 5, New York, CNN • Its the perfect festival film Chad Coles, Asst. Producer, SAW 1,2&3 • I watched the final cut of Torturer today and called Rich to tell him what a riveting film it is -- great performances... James Seale Director of Throttle and Juncture • The flick is killer!! To the Nth degree! You and anybody else can kiss my ass if you., they... whoever thinks different!! Mark Alston, Producer Music is My Life, Politics My Mistress • I wish you the best of luck and say that I appreciate what you are doing. Anthony Lagouranis, author of the biography Fear Up Harsh: An Army Interrogator's Dark Journey Through Iraq