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interrogate

(in-te′rŏ-gāt″) [L. interrogare, to ask, question, inquire]
1. To question someone carefully and thoroughly, esp. someone involved in a legal proceeding.
2. To extract data accumulated in the memory of a medical device, e.g., a pacemaker.
interrogation (-ter″ŏ-gā′shŏn)
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In her complaint, the lawyer wrote that one of the interrogators questioned Ahed in an inappropriate way for a female minor, which amounted to sexual harassment.
The interrogation system that relies on these methods, both in overt interrogation and in the conditions in which detainees are held, was shaped by the state and is not the result of the initiative of any particular interrogator or prison guard.
At one point, the interrogator who was screaming at me that I was a dog took a call on his mobile phone.
"My little sister is blonde and her eyes are like yours," one of the interrogators said in the video, and asked Tamimi if her skin also turned red when she goes to the beach.
And we're going to send you right back to hell: by slaughter," the interrogator says, making him chant Islamic State slogans.
"From day one, I have told Sattar's family that they should not keep their hopes up because the accused is an interrogator who is part of the same system that is putting him on trial," Pourfazel said.
The detained youths, who are in their 20s, have told the interrogators that they work in a private company in Delhi.
and when you say to the interrogator, 'I want my lawyer,' the interrogator will say, 'You don't have a right to a lawyer because you're a military threat.' "
(5) Even informal relationships between staff and interrogators can have the potential either to sabotage or to promote an interrogator's intelligence collection mission inside the booth.
The interrogator who admitted making up the threat, Joshua Claus, was later court-martialed for abusing prisoners at Bagram, including one who died.
"Then he told me he was surprised that they had even let somebody like me on a jury in the first place." Drew became a household name as The Interrogator on the Trisha Goddard daytime TV show.
because if you believe this, you will be a better interrogator. The