KUBARK Manual: A User’s Guide to Torture? – The KUBARK manual was written by the CIA in the s as a means of standardizing interrogation techniques. This manual cannot teach anyone how to be, or become, a good Its purpose is to provide guidelines for KUBARK interrogation, and. “An environment still more subject to control, such as water-tank or iron lung, is even more effective,” the KUBARK manual concludes.
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Those who urge the former argue that the basic emotional-psychological patterns do not vary significantly with time, place, or culture. One of them, A, tries now and then to pry a little information from mabuais source; B remains quiet.
The kind and intensity of anticipated resistance is estimated. Gestures and postures also tell a story. He feels that he suffered a gross injustice, usually early in manais, and should be repaid. The second is that even if they prove accurate for large groups, the data are like those in actuarial tables; they have no specific predictive value for individuals.
InCaballero attended a CIA “human resources exploitation or interrogation course,” according to declassified testimony by Richard Stolzwho was the deputy director for operations at the time, before the June Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
There’s no hurry now. The search of the pertinent scientific literature disclosed no reports of studies based on common denominator traits of successful interrogators or any other controlled inquiries that would invest these lists with any objective validity.
Democracy, Intervention, and Human Rights. In other words, a subject who has finally divulged the information sought and who has been given a reason for divulging which salves his self-esteem, manuaie conscience, or both will often be in a mood to take the final step of accepting the interrogator’ s values and making common cause with him.
The chances of failure in an unplanned CI interrogation are unacceptably high. If they are interrogated, the reason is that they are known or believed to fall into one of the following categories. The size of the team depends on several considerations, chiefly the importance of the case and the intensity of source resistance. For example, the [approx.
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This is the oldest manual, and describes the use of abusive techniques, as exemplified by two references to the use of electric shock, in addition to use of threats and fear, sensory deprivation, and isolation.
As a general rule, it is difficult to succeed in the CI interrogation of a resistant source unless the interrogating service can control the subject and his environment for as long as proves necessary.
Techniques for the separate interrogations of linked sources are discussed in Part IX. As was noted at the beginning of this section, the successful interrogation of a strongly resistant source ordinarily involves two key processes: Various categorical schemes are outlined in treatises on interrogation.
Though he retreats from reality, he does not want to feel abandoned. Suddenly the interrogator pops his head through the doorway and is angry on seeing B and the guard. The Detection manuaid Malingering L. The interrogator begins routine questioning of A, speaking rather softly and inducing A to follow suit. Why a Draft Would Weaken the U. The proprietary interests of the host government will frequently dictate interrogation by a liaison service rather than kubwrk KUBARK.
The effect of someone wandering in majuais he forgot his pen or wants to invite the interrogator to lunch can be devastating.
The major routine considerations are the following:. From the beginning of planning to the end of questioning it has been necessary to understand and guard against the various troubles that a vengeful ex-source can cause.
Some of the findings, though necessarily tentative and speculative, have some relevance to interrogation. By skilled manipulation of the known, the questioner can convince a naive subject that all his secrets are out and that further resistance would be not only pointless but dangerous.
Detailed interrogation ends only when 1 all useful counterintelligence information has been obtained; 2 diminishing returns and more pressing commitments compel a cessation; or 3 the base, station, [one or two words deleted] admits full or partial defeat.
It is very helpful if the screener can imaginatively place himself in the subject’s position. From this point of view an interrogation can be deemed successful if a source who is actually a hostile agent can report to the opposition only the general fields of our interest but cannot pinpoint specifics without including misleading information.
Within a short time most people who have begun talking about themselves go back to early experiences, so that merely by listening and occasionally making a quiet, encouraging remark the screener can learn a great deal. The interrogator must know exactly what he wants to know.
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