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Lake side view - part 1

Prompt: “You are In an interrogation room. A man walks in and throws a bunch of photos on the table In front of you. The photos are old and were taken at different points in history. 1,109 more words

Deception Detection Part Two: Control through Questioning

Previously we discussed a few deception detection methods based on biometric and behavioral indicators. To recap, we established that such methods are not independently reliable for knowing when a subjecting is lying, but that they can be successfully employed to help with development of approach strategies. 929 more words

Law Enforcement

Yemen to probe alleged interrogation abuses by UAE, US


SANAA, Yemen/June 24, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — Yemen’s internationally-recognized government on Saturday ordered the creation of a committee to investigate allegations of human rights violations, following reports that U.S. 7 more words

The 30-Day Writing Challenge: Day 12

Day 12: Take the first line of your favourite novel. Remove and replace the nouns and verbs, and write a story that begins with your new line. 1,068 more words

People

Deception Detection Part One: Behavioral and Biometric Tools

As an intelligence officer dealing with the legal and effective conduct of intelligence interrogations, I was more than once involved in discussions regarding various behavioral or biometric analysis techniques for detecting deception, such as voice or handwriting analysis, neurolinguistic programming, kinesiology, polygraph, etc.  1,377 more words

Interrogation

May we Interrogate? Torture?

“He caught a young man from the men of Succoth and interrogated him. This he wrote down for him the princes of Succoth and the seventy-seven men who were elders.” 373 more words

Expositions

Interrogation & Torture

The debate about what constitutes torture, and about whether torture is sometimes justified, seems at times to be overdone. We historically examine, then repudiate, instances of abuse and torture, and occasionally even enact or reinforce legislation making our country’s position more clear. 1,500 more words

Interrogation