yet another euphemism for TORTURE: "areas of potential exploitation"

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While the "areas of potential exploitation" often included presumed areas of further intelligence seeking, based upon supposed links of the detainee to the area under consideration, others areas of proposed "exploitation" are vaguer, or seem to imply research into prisoner psychology, or even possible status as an informant or intelligence asset after release...

Thanks Jeff, for sorting out the truth here, and cutting through the government lies 
attendant to these disclosures.

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