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  • n. Plural form of interrogation.

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Examples

  • The purpose of stress positions in interrogations is to fatigue you and break you down, not to get you to speak to avoid the pain.

    Balkinization

  • The cars were seen traveling to and from the Stare Kiejkuty intelligence facility, where British and Polish intelligence officials say US agents conducted short-term interrogations before shuffling prisoners to other locations.

    Soviet-era compound in northern Poland was site of secret CIA interrogation, detentions

  • Waterboarding, a staple of brutal interrogations from the Spanish Inquisition to Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, usually consists of strapping down a captive, covering his face with a cloth and pouring water onto the cloth to simulate drowning.

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  • But it is not really about the information that you get from special interrogations, which is a nice way of saying torture.

    CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2010

  • But it's not really about the information that you get from special interrogations, which is a nice way of saying torture.

    CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2009

  • Today they're doing practically everything, including analysis and interrogations, which is a whole other sort of box of worms.

    CNN Transcript Aug 21, 2009

  • "Furthermore, the bill puts America on the path to regaining our moral authority by requiring all government employees to abide by the Army Field Manual on interrogations, which is in compliance with the Geneva Conventions."

    Rep. John Murtha: Getting Back to Business...Ending the War in Iraq

  • The investigation has to continue to intensify, and not just interrogations, that is an important part of it, but getting information from the community.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2005

  • The destruction of 90 videotapes of his interrogations is the focus of a high-level criminal investigation being conducted by John Durham, a federal prosecutor appointed special counsel in 2008 by then-Attorney General Michael Mukasey.

    Bill of Rights Defense Committee - Headlines

  • Haaretz, a leftist Israeli daily newspaper, has called the interrogations "intimidation tactics to prevent legitimate protest".

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