Military Describes Interrogation Process to Reporters

Reporters were given a grand welcome at Guantanamo this week. Here's how the military described the interrogation process: it's just a mental chess game with no torture or confrontational attitudes--they try to earn the prisoners' trust. One interrogator even brings her own thermos of tea to share with her subjects. Sometimes, they may give out food from McDonalds. We doubt it's quite the picnic the military describes.

Some released Guantanamo prisoners have said they were shackled in "stress" positions for hours while they were questioned and that threatening dogs, strobe lights, freezing air and other methods were used.

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