FBI interrogation 'primer' for overseas torture

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Titled "Cross Cultural, Rapport-Based Interrogation," the document encourages the isolation of detainees for several days before questioning. The American Civil Liberties Union responds:

"FBI agents should not be asking foreign governments or other agencies to engage in conduct that FBI agents are prohibited from engaging in. This is especially true when that conduct--like the use of isolation interrogation--raises serious human rights concerns and could lead to violations of international and domestic law."

see Torture Creep

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