- v. Simple past tense and past participle of interrogate.
“Although, I think in that meaning or another one that ` s quoted at that point in the book he says something like I was never interrogated, which is as if to say I or my people did the interrogating.”
“The whole push to have him put in military custody is based on the idea that he could be more harshly interrogated, which is, of course, code for torture.”
“It is used to describe Rizwan's religion to Mandira and not a surname interrogated by the authorities.”
“Carol Bartz, who was then the CEO of Autodesk (now at Yahoo), kind of interrogated everybody, trying to figure out what was going on.”
“And yes, there was a case where one captive (Abu Zabaydeh?) was denied medical treatment .... then there was the case of Manadel Al-Jamadi who was "interrogated" to death.”
“The 16-year-old, who's at the center of an ugly tug of war between Bruce and Judi, later told her dad she felt as if she'd been "interrogated," the Manhattan Supreme Court filing says.”
“While we've been talking about torture, the media has ignored the large number of interrogation subjects who were "interrogated" until lights out.”
“The media has ignored the large number of interrogation subjects who were "interrogated" until lights out.”
“He was "interrogated" long after he could possibly have any actionable intelligence to provide.”
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