Friday, February 24, 2006

Party time!

Stuff you just can't make up...

From The Houston Chronicle:
Military interrogators posing as FBI agents at the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, wrapped terrorism suspects in an Israeli flag and forced them to watch homosexual pornography under strobe lights during interrogation sessions that lasted as long as 18 hours, according to one of a batch of FBI memos released Thursday.

(Sounds like some of the nights I spent under the influence of Chrystal Meth back in my wild days...)

Seems like the real FBI agents complained, saying that the actions would make any information gained not admittable in court, but they were overruled by Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Miller, who was in charge of the prison at the time.

Now the kicker. The last sentence of the story:
"Miller later left Guantanamo and was sent to Iraq under orders to find better ways of extracting intelligence."


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