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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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Systematically implemented, the policy includes violence and degradation during arrest and interrogation; inhuman detention conditions that force detainees to endure crowding and filth; isolation of detainees, subjecting them to extreme sensory, motor, and social deprivation; provision of scant and substandard food; exposure to extremes of heat and cold; prolonged binding to a chair during interrogation, sometimes in exceedingly painful positions; extensive sleep deprivation; threats, swearing, shouting and mocking -- and in some cases even direct violence by interrogators.
And we're going to send you right back to hell: by slaughter," the interrogator says, making him chant Islamic State slogans.
In this model, experienced interrogation "leads," or conductors, attempt to mitigate inexperience and capitalize on the strengths of individual interrogators by assigning roles and working closely with their teams of interrogators to create and augment interrogator reputations.
Omar Khadr told a US military tribunal, which is due to sentence him after he admitted killing an US soldier in Afghanistan, that his interrogators told him about another prisoner who had been transferred to a facility that held "big black guys" because he had lied to authorities.
The JSIC is the only advanced level training specifically designed to meet the needs and requirements of the Senior Interrogator.
Here I was, accused of endangering state security, yet my interrogator wanted to make sure that I looked 'modern' and, like the young women in Tehran, casual in the way I wore my Islamic dress," Esfandiari reflects.
INTERROGATORS threatened to kill the children of a September 11 suspect, a newly-declassified CIA report said yesterday.
Access to power and communications at a desired interrogator site is critical.
The second section is simply a copy of a censored internal letter in which the FBI reports an instance of a female interrogator using sexual harassment.
Saw interrogator straddle the Koran while D was handcuffed to chair, D held in chain-link cage with cover over top.
The EEDSK interrogator will read the data from the tag and upload it to a server so anyone could find out where their equipment is.
After Sullivan condemned a notorious incident in which a female interrogator pretended to smear an Al Qaeda suspect with her menstrual blood in order to make him unclean in the eyes of his God, The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto suggested that Sullivan's reaction came from disgust at female physiology related to a lack of sexual experience with women.